Singer Justin Bieber reportedly prefers to be in an open relationship with his on-off lady love Selena Gomez.
The 20-year-old singer and Gomez, who first started dating in 2010, recently rekindled their romance. But he is skeptical about committing himself to just her, reports contactmusic.com.
"He wants an open relationship with Selena, and he actually thinks he can make it happen. A lot of the guys he hangs out with now get away with that kind of thing, they talk about it all the time and that's got in Justin's head," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
Bieber, in fact, has been spotted with a string of girls recently, including his former fling Chantel Jeffries.
However, Gomez's friends feel the 21-year-old Come And Get It singer isn't bothered by Bieber's flirtatious behaviour with other women.
Selena to return to rehab?
Selena Gomez's family are reportedly urging her to check back into rehab this weekend.
The Come & Get It hitmaker, who secretly spent two weeks at the Dawn at the Meadows treatment facility in Arizona in January, is said to be dealing with a lot of stress and is being encouraged to seek help immediately.
A source told gossip website HollywoodLife.com: "Family and friends are stressing to Selena that she should enter rehab this weekend."
The brunette beauty recently rekindled her on-again, off-again relationship with Justin Bieber, but he spent America's Independence Day surrounded by other women on a yacht in Miami on Friday.
The insider added: "She is a mess over what Justin has been doing to her, and how he has played with her emotions.
"And with this weekend being all about partying, people in her camp believe she is going to partake in it and really get into some trouble so they want to get her help as soon as possible."
The 21-year-old star's paternal grandmother, Mary Gomez recently admitted she is worried about the young star, claiming she has been diagnosed with Lupus.
She said: "I am very worried about her. I pray to God every day for her - and all the people in our church are praying for her to get better.
"Selena is very stressed and concerned about her condition. I am, too."
She added: "She is too busy. She needs to rest. We all want her to get this under control."