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Selena Gomez: 'I'd love to date older guys'

Published 27/11/2015

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez hates the fact she looks like a teenager.

Singer Selena Gomez would be open to a relationship with an older man.

The 23-year-old, who previously dated Justin Bieber, 21, admits she would like to experience a romance with a more mature man in a new interview, but she worries her youthful looks would hamper her love plans.

"I feel like I look 16 sometimes, which is a bummer because I would love to date older guys," she told InStyle magazine.

Earlier this year (15) Selena was linked to music producer Zedd, but the lovely Latina insists she's back on the dating scene - and she isn't particularly enjoying it.

"I hate it," she confessed. "It's hard and I'm weirded out by the idea that a guy has Googled me before we meet - and that has happened."

Selena is often linked to other celebrities she's photographed with, and earlier this year (15), it was reported she had enjoyed a brief romance with former One Direction singer Zayn Malik. The beauty denied the reports, but hinted she wouldn't say no if the British singer made a move.

"If he had asked me out on a date, I would be seen with him," she said. "Just kidding, but not kidding."

While Zayn is currently rumoured to be dating supermodel Gigi Hadid, Selena was also linked to his former bandmate Niall Horan earlier this week (beg23Nov15), when she was spotted enjoying dinner with the Irish heartthrob following the American Music Awards.

To complicate matters further, the Come & Get It singer was also spotted out and about with her ex, Justin, on 20 November (15) - Selena clung to the Canadian singer's arm at one point. Neither star has confirmed that the relationship is back on.

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