Is Selena Gomez truly over Justin Bieber?

On the surface, it appeared so after she publicly trashed him last month on The Late Show with David Letterman. However, the first single off her upcoming album, "Come & Get It", was released over the weekend and the lyrics lead us to believe that Selena may not have fully moved on.

Selena was supposed to premiere the song today during a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest on his morning show, but decided with Ryan to release the song a few days early after it began leaking on the web. The only problem was that the sheer volume of Selenators dying to hear the song led to Ryan's website crashing within hours!

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Those who heard the song were led to believe that either Selena is having second thoughts about the breakup or really, really enjoys torturing Justin. "Can’t stop because I love it, hate the way I love you / All day all night maybe I’m addicted for life, no lie / This love ain’t finished yet ...  So baby whenever you’re ready… come and get it," sings Selena. She concludes the track with the line, "This love will be the death of me." Yikes. Sounds a lot like "Rule The World," that other recent Selena song that sparked "is it about the Biebs?" debates.

However, Selena was quick to make it clear during today's interview with Ryan that the song is not about Justin. "It's not really about a specific person," she said. "The reason why I wanted this to be the first single was because it exudes, like I said earlier, confidence and strength and that is something I'm willing to share with the world, that's the place I want to be in, I want to represent something good and be a good example."

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Not only is Selena completely single and ready to mingle, you might even have a chance at asking her out... because no one else apparently has the guts to. She claimed that not a single guy has asked her out in the two months since the split. All together now. One, two, three... awwww.
We'll give Selena a pass on this one and believe that the lyrics to her latest track are ambigious. Here's hoping she doesn't go down the Taylor Swift road anytime soon, though...
What do you think of Selena's new single?

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