Selena Gomez and Madison Prewett have a pure friendship.
The 24-year-old member of the “Bachelor” franchise spoke brazenly about her connection to the “Lose You To Love Me” songstress and defined that the idea of their friendship stands on their faith.
“[Faith] is something that is just a really big part of our friendship,” Prewett instructed Us Weekly in an interview on Monday. “I’m very selective with who I allow to really, like, get really, really close to me. And with those that I really invite into that space, it’s really important to me that we’re pushing each other and encouraging each other in our faith, and just being there for each other on the good days, the bad days and encouraging and praying for each other along the way.”
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Prewett, who rose to fame on season 24 of “The Bachelor,” just lately break up from Peter Weber after the fact courting sequence ended — and Gomez stood by the previous Auburn Tiger as Prewett handled the fallout of her breakup from Pilot Pete.
Again in March, Gomez and Prewett had been noticed hitting the shop for a number of important board video games amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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“We’re stocking up on games,” Gomez, 27, mentioned on her Instagram Story on March 12 after the Alabama native’s breakup. “Madi, what game do you want?”
“Honestly, anything. Everything looks great,” Prewett sounded again.
Their sport evening got here hours after the Auburn College graduate posted about her and Weber’s breakup on social media.
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“So incredibly thankful for this amazing journey I’ve had the honor of being a part of,” the season 24 runner-up captioned her Instagram submit. “I have grown so much and am stronger than I was going in. I have learned the importance of acceptance, forgiveness, and grace.”
“As Peter and I have decided to go our separate ways, I am confident that we will both move in the direction of our purpose and never forget that God has a plan in all things,” Prewett continued.
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She concluded: “I’ll all the time love and respect him. I’m satisfied our paths had been meant to cross and we’re each higher as a result of they did.”