Justin Bieber Claims Selena Gomez Is Out Of Her Element In New Wild Spring Breakers Movie
Justin Bieber claims Selena Gomez is out Of her element in new wild Spring Breakers movie. According to a new report from Hollywood Life, Selena Gomez’ huge popstar,boyfriend Justin Bieber recently hit up American Idol host Ryan Seacrest’s morning radio talk show in Los Angeles,California.
During the interview,he chatted for a minute about Selena’s new Spring Breakers role,and revealed that Selena did let her read some of her script,and also said, “She’s kind of out of her element with doing the movie Spring Breakers since she’s done Disney movies in the past.”
There’s no doubt that she does get a bit wild as she’s been spotted drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes,even urinating in the street for the role. Their source told them, “Not only does Selena pee in the street, but she dirty dances and gets arrested with her three friends.”
It was also reported that Selena also did have a bit of anxiety,while trying to play the role,so there might have been some truth to Justin’s statement. Nevertheless,it looks like she was able to pull through with it as it’s reported that she just recently wrapped up filming the movie this past weekend,and it’s scheduled to hit theaters in 2013.
In it,Selena plays one of the girls who robs a restaurant for Spring Break cash,and also cruises the town with a rapping drug dealer,who wants them to do more terrible things. Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.Did You Enjoy this Post? Subscribe to Hollywood Hills on Facebook, Twitter, & Email
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