Selena Gomez’ mum has been rushed to hospital after a row with her daughter over Justin Bieber.
Mandy Teefey was “so worked up” about the new romance she needed to be seen by doctors.
It is believed Mandy and Selena had a “heated” discussion about the Baby singer – where mum Mandy was left reeling after discovering her daughter was incredible serious about Biebs.
Selena also told her mum the newly reconciled pair were having couple’s therapy – which sources said threw Mandy off kilte.r
Doctors were called after a family member requested a welfare check at a LA hotel – she was then taken to hospital.
Selena, 25, and Justin, 23 – who dated on and off from 2011 to 2015 – got back together after the pop princess split from The Weeknd
TMZ reported that Justin pursued Selena for weeks in an effort to win her back.
According to a source tied to the celebrity website, Selena’s kidney transplant back in September reminded the tattooed singer just how much she meant to him.
It wasn’t easy going for him to get back in her good books, though, with sources saying her family tried to talk her out of reconciling, calling Justin “vile”.
Selena Gomez wears Justin Bieber’s jumper after cheering him on at hockey match… then he’s spotted leaving hers the next MORNING
The source said: “Selena had to be won over” but that Justin was ‘persuasive’.
Seems he really is living by his song Girlfriend, which sprouts lyrics such as “if I was your boyfriend, I’d never let you go.”
While neither have publicly commented on their supposed reunion – as most stars are wont to do – an insider spilled all to Us Weekly .
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are ‘OFFICIALLY’ back together after singer’s pastor Carl Lentz ‘encouraged a reconciliation’
They said: “Selena and Justin are back together. Selena and The Weeknd just fizzled and ended amicably – it wasn’t dramatic and it wasn’t about Justin.
“But Selena always had feelings for Justin. Her friends want her to be cautious because she has been in such a good place post-surgery.”
Ah, good luck to the kids, we say.