Does Zedd Still Have Feelings For Selena? Tweet May Suggest So
2015 provided us with one of the most mysterious celebrity flings of the year: DJ Zedd and Selena Gomez. Although photographed several times together that year—a photo of the two leaving a Golden Globes party holding hands suggested that there might be something more to their relationship—and involved in the production of the 2015 single, “I Want You to Know,” the constant question lingered: were the duo just friends, or was there something more below the surface?
That probing question received a final answer in an interview given by Gomez with People Magazine on July 1, 2015, where Gomez was quoted saying “I adore Anton [Zedd] a lot and I definitely had a thing with him, which was nice.”
However the two parted, it seems fair to infer that they parted amicably, with both star being photographed with the other post split, and each engaging in social media contact with the other thereafter, even two years later, now in 2017. Zedd—quite naturally a “nice guy”—has long been supportive of Selena and her career as a singer, offering praise at each milestone that the singer approaches. Yet a recent Zedd (@Zedd) tweet causes us to wonder if the Russian heartthrob might harbor some residual feelings for Ms. Gomez.
On January 10th, Zedd tweeted "we don't talk anymore" is such a great song!!!!--the tweet appears below.
Perhaps the tweet is simply in late acknowledgment of the terrific vocal combination of Gomez and Charlie Puth on “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” Released on August 2, 2016, the wistful song recalls a past—and broken—relationship with a former flame. Recounting how one lover moved on with another love interest while the other has not, the song relies on the eponymous refrain “we don’t talk anymore.” The track is indeed a great one, expressive of the changes a breakup may inevitably bring, but commendation four months later appears an odd time to extend a “good job.” Could the tweet signify that the former celeb couple no longer “talk anymore,” even if only by means of a friendship? It’s entirely possible that the DJ may harbor feelings for the “Hands to Myself” singer that align with the lyrics of “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” the tweet being a suggestion as to those feelings’ existence, if they do indeed exist.
Maybe we’re reading far too much into a simple song preference. But as with Twitter and its vague 140 character limit, one simply may never know.