Justin Bieber wants to marry young


Justin Bieber wants to marry young.

The 19-year-old singer revealed his grandparents Bruce and Diane Dale are his relationship role models and he hopes to have a lasting and happy marriage like they have.

He told Us Weekly's Justin Bieber bookazine: "I want to get married and start a family [while I'm still young]. My grandparents Bruce and Diane Dale are my relationship role models. They love each other so much, after so many years! When I'm their age, I want to be as in love with my wife as my grandfather is with his."

While Justin split with Selena Gomez, 20, last year, the on/off couple have reconciled and split several times since but Justin says they will remain friends no matter what else happens.

He explained: "As long as people are kind to each other during a breakup, there is no reason they can't be friends. A lot of people give me relationship advice.

"The best advice I've been given is to patient and listen. I'm still growing. I'm trying to be a better person every day."

Meanwhile, it has been reported Selena is happy Justin has finally moved on from their split after he was seen smooching with waitress Jordan Ozuna, 22, during a trip to an indoor skydiving centre in Las Vegas earlier this month.

A source said: "Selena has been doing a bunch of things like dealing with her mom and new sister, hanging out with friends and doing her own thing and really doesn't have time to worry about Justin anymore. She has seen how he has changed and doesn't want much of anything to do with him. As for the new girl, she doesn't even know who this new girl is, so she is not to worried about it. She has moved on and now she is happy Justin is moving on as well."

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