Inside Selena Gomez’s Life At 30: ‘She Is More Open To Love But Very Much Focused On Herself’

Selena Gomez kicked off her 30s today, and she’s starting the decade off with a self-love focus. A source spoke to Entertainment Tonight about Gomez’s single relationship status and debunked claims she is seeing anyone seriously now after Gomez’s TikTok of her Nana asking her how she “ended things with that guy” got attention on social media.

“Selena isn’t dating anyone specific at this time,” the source said. “She is more open to love, but she is also very much focused on herself and her work right now. She’s in a very healthy place. She is feeling fantastic and very mentally, physically and emotionally healthy.”

The source added that Gomez has high standards for who she’ll date next. “When she is ready for a true partner, she wants someone who is trustworthy, respectful, honest—with themselves and to others, real, supportive, accepting, nice, thoughtful, funny and someone that’s not in it for the fame or attention.”

Gomez herself spoke about her excitement getting older last month to Extra TV. “I have no idea what to expect,” she said of her new decade. “Getting older is weird, but I love it. And I’m finding out new things about myself. It’s honestly… I enjoy getting older. Here’s to 30.”

She discussed how she has become more confident with age to WWD’s Beauty Inc in October. “It feels good to finally not care as much as I did,” she said. “I think of how many years I wasted just caring so much about what people thought, and it was just suffocating. And I think I wasted time doing that. What I love so far about getting older is that I’m starting to just really be happy with who I am, know what I want and know what I don’t want.”

“I love getting older. I love living life, and I love learning and growing and traveling and meeting amazing people. Yeah, I’m excited [about my 30s],” Gomez finished.

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Victoria Derbyshire is senior Pentagon reporter for Probashir Konthosor, covering the intersection of national security policy, politics and the defense industry.

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