Selena Gomez Ends Interview When Questioned About Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez , the 21-year-old actress and singer, is letting it be known that she is not always willing to talk about Justin Bieber and abruptly ended an interview recently when she was questioned about her ex-boyfriend.

Gomez interviewed with Chicago's WGN Entertainment recently, but decided to cut things short when the topic of Bieber came up.

""You're, you know, probably as close a friend to Justin Bieber as they come. Is there something about him that we don't get or we don't understand," reporter Dean Richards questioned Gomez. "I mean, there is one story after another of, you know, pretty outrageous behaviour that we're reading about."

Gomez, who intended to promote her "Stars Dance" album which debuted on July 23, decided to hang up on the interviewer instead of entertain his line of questioning.

Still, Gomez has discussed her relationship with Bieber in an E! special with entertainment host Ryan Seacrest.

"I was 18 when we started to date. I don't know. You just have to be an 18-year-old and go through everything," she told Seacrest recently. "I learned that I should definitely be way more private next time."

Gomez admitted to Seacrest that she is single and revealed that dating an entertainer is far from easy.

"It's hard to just date in this industry," Gomez told Seacrest recently. "You can't really help who you date."

After breaking their romantic union at the beginning of the year, Gomez spoke about how that affected her.

"I'm sure you could actually see those pictures of me being, like, way stressed out about it," she said in the E! special. "And it's hard, because what do you do? Do you just wanna sit in your house and hide and not go anywhere?"

Gomez spoke about breaking up with Bieber last month.

"It's uncomfortable that everywhere I go, people know. I don't like that," Gomez told In Style magazine last month. "But Justin and I never really focused on the attention. You can't help who you date. So I wouldn't swear off that or say that's what I want again."