Selena Gomez Jokes That She's "Totally Fine Being Single"
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Selena Gomez is fine.

On TikTok, the Only Murders in the Building star poked fun at her single status, sharing a video of herself sitting alone next to two couples engaging in a little PDA.

“No, I’m fine. I’m totally fine being single, it’s a real thing, it’s fine,” she says, before panning the camera to the loved-up pairs.

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Gomez hasn’t been officially linked to anyone since her split from longtime on-and-off boyfriend Justin Bieber in 2018—months before he married Hailey Baldwin (Bieber). Soon after the breakup, and after her ex moved on, the singer released her hit single “Lose You to Love Me,” in which she addressed her relationship with Bieber and the heartache she felt when it ended.

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“I gave my all and they all know it / You turned me down and now it’s showing / In two months, you replaced us / Like it was easy / Made me think I deserved it / In the thick of healing, yeah,” the lyrics go.

But after some healing, she began to feel like herself again—a better version of herself, even. In her single “Look at Her Now,” Gomez sings about coming to terms with the breakup and the non-glamorized reality of the relationship, and deciding to move forward.

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“Of course she was sad / But now she’s glad she dodged a bullet (mm) / Took a few years to soak up the tears / But look at her now, watch her go,” she sings.

Though Gomez has since made it clear she’s ready to be in a relationship again (notably through her song “Boyfriend“), she said in an interview last year that she finds it hard to trust people due to her fame.

“I can’t meet someone and know if they like me for me,” she said. “To be honest, I just want to start over. I want everything to be brand-new. I want someone to love me like I’m brand-new.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.