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"And that was pretty remarkable for me."(The interview was conducted before Gomez and The Weeknd stopped following each other on social media.)The last year has been transitional for Gomez, who has been battling Lupus for years and underwent a kidney transplant in July. The moment I released 'The Heart Wants What It Wants,' which was the first time I had shared a lot of where I was in my personal life, I think a switch happened there. "You know, I have to be very careful with what opinions I listen to.

"And that time for me was so painful and really hard and very lonely.

Dating app Hinge‘s new out-of-home campaign in New York City is deceptively simple.

It matches you with people who are friends of your friends in social media.

This added closeness means, hopefully, that you’ll have more things in common and be able to make a real connection—amid an online dating scene notoriously awash in fakery. Graf, double down on this idea of real connections by introducing the tagline “Let’s be real” and telling stories inspired by real user responses to what Hinge calls “prompts”—questions the app asks its users to glean info about their likes, dislikes, quirks and general personality types.

Spoiler alert: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are totally a thing now, and everyone should be fully supportive of it.

We know, we know: they're on-again, they're off-again, they make up then break up.

There’s more going on than initially meets the eye—including data mining behind the scenes, copywriting that cleverly embodies the brand promise, and contextual placement that should bring a smile to those who encounter the work.

Hinge differs from rivals like Tinder in one key way.

So maybe before, it could have been forcing something that wasn't right.

"I think a true representation of love is beyond just yourself.

"I truly have never experienced anything like that in my life. There's so much anxiety and angst, and the pressure just keeps getting worse. I have every reason to be like, 'F--k all of you.' And I don't. ' I loved being a part of the projects I was on, I loved what I was doing, and I feel like the attention to that kept going away.