Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez is completely heartbroken following her split from Justin Bieber. Getty

American actress and singer Selena Gomez is reported to be completely heartbroken following her split from Canadian pop star Justin Bieber.

According to a report in Hollywood Life, the 21-year-old former Disney star's family's is worried about her health.

"Selena is trying to be strong, but she's in breakdown mode," a source told the website. "Her family dropped everything to take care of her right now because they're very worried about her health."

"The emotional stress of the breakup is hitting her hard and she's very fragile. She's not supposed to be under this kind of stress — it's physically dangerous for her because it can cause her Lupus to flare up. This drama with Justin is literally toxic for her body," the insider added.

Bieber and Gomez had recently reconciled after multiple break-ups.

The Baby singer was spotted with Kendall Jenner at Ferdi restaurant in Paris on 30 September and Gomez was reportedly upset about it.

Following that, the Come & Get It singer unfollowed Bieber on Instagram and also shared some cryptic messages on Twitter saying she's "not good enough" and "feels alone".

Meanwhile, Gomez posted an image on Instagram, in which she is seen snuggling up to her grandfather, David Cornett.


Papa has ears that truly listen (sometimes), arms that always hold and love that's never ending.

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"Papa has ears that truly listen (sometimes), arms that always hold and love that's never ending," she wrote.

During an interview with Into The Gloss, Gomez talked about the drastic changes that happened in her life in the past year.

"It's been such a transitional year for me—I moved out of my parents' house this year and into my own place. I also took my first break ever and have been using the time to really concentrate on what makes me happy. Sometimes, I'll be honest, I don't handle all of this as well as people think, so it's been important to really figure out what makes me feel grounded," she said.