Did Selena Gomez Turn Down Justin Bieber Marriage Proposal Before Split?

15 November 2012
WENN
WENN

Sources in the US have denied claims that Selena Gomez turned down a proposal from Justin Bieber before the couple split.

Blogger Perez Hilton and BlindGossip.com both claimed the 'Boyfriend' star reportedly proposed to the pretty brunette, twice, before she eventually ended their two year relationship two weeks ago.

BlindGossip alleged that Justin asked the Wizards of Waverley Place actress to marry him a “few months ago” and then also “very recently”, with Selena saying no both times.

The website claimed the proposals will be kept private: “They have agreed to never, never, ever talk about the proposals! It would be far too damaging to his reputation if people found out that a smaller star turned down a bigger star!”

But sources have claimed there was never any talk of marriage between the pair, they told GossipCop: “There was never a proposal.”

The couple have yet to confirm a split and were pictured have dinner together in New York on Monday night. Insiders claim that Selena did try to end their romance, but Bieber is determined to win his girlfriend back.

“He met her at her hotel so they could talk and he later asked her out to dinner,” an insider told The New York Daily News.

“He has been calling and texting her,” the source went on, “he’s been reaching out to her friends.”

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