ByKarly Rayner, writer at
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Karly Rayner

Selena Gomez demonstrated exactly what she thinks of being constantly pressured to get back with, or even wed, her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber by destroying a "Marry Justin" sign live on stage yesterday.

In the video, you can see Selena beckoning a fan from the audience of her Revival tour to pass their sign forward, but once it reaches the stage, instead of the "I DO!" the fan was presumably hoping for, Gomez crumples the piece of paper and throws it on the floor like trash. Check out Selena's sign smashing for yourself below:

You can see a closer view in the video below, but unfortunately you can't see the writing on the sign, although multiple fan accounts have confirmed it did indeed read "Marry Justin."

While in the past Selena Gomez and Bieber have managed to have a relatively amicable relationship in the press (especially from Justin's side), it's understandable how constantly being asked about your ex-boyfriend when you are a wildly successful solo artist could get you down. The star recently spoke out to Marie Claire magazine and explained how she found it irritating that:

"I would try to promote something that I loved, and the entire interview would be about my personal life. I would leave a room feeling defeated, feeling embarrassed, but I would always make sure to put that smile on my face because I wasn't going to let them get to me."

Selena Gomez in her Marie Claire interview
Selena Gomez in her Marie Claire interview

In the same interview, Gomez also spoke out about how her trust has been damaged in the past, probably through her turbulent relationship with Bieber, who cheated on her. She explained:

"I don't trust anybody. So dating can only be fun if I know I'm going to have fun."

It only takes a quick browse through Twitter to see what team Jelena think of their dreams being, quite literally, crushed:

Love hurts, man.

Do you blame Jelena for crushing the "Marry Justin" sign?

(Source: Marie Claire)


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