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Bieber can’t forget first kiss with Gomez

Singer admits he was quite nervous before it

  • IANS
  • Published: 00:00 June 19, 2012
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  • Image Credit: AFP
  • Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber

London: Singer Justin Bieber says his first kiss with Selena Gomez was “the best of his life” although he admits he was quite nervous before it.

The 18-year-old has been dating Gomez, 19, since 2010.

“My first kiss with Selena was the best of my life. It was in the car. It was scary and spontaneous and it was just awesome,” contactmusic.com quoted Bieber as saying.
He also says that his relationship with the former Disney star is not affected by his millions of female fans.

“What does love feel like? It feels good. If you’re really in love then you should get butterflies. Butterflies and happiness, that’s how I feel anyway. But I never like to throw it in my fans’ faces. I love my fans and I’d never want to do that to them. It’s my private life and I like to keep separate,” he added.
 

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