Selena Gomez and Timothee Chalamet are breaking their silence on what really went down at the Golden Globes.
The two stars were the talk of the town when a video of Selena’s animated conversation with BFF Taylor Swift went viral online. The clip had all of social media buzzing about a rumoured feud between Selena and Kylie Jenner, after fans wrongly interpreted the Golden Globe nominee’s chat with her BFFs.
The video in question seemed to show Selena speaking about an incident that happened between her, Timothee, and Kylie at the ceremony. While it’s not confirmed that Selena was speaking about Kylie, fans did a little lip-reading and assumed that she had asked Timothee for a photo, which Kylie refused saying, “No!”Reacting to the frenzy created around the clip, Selena in an Instagram comment, revealed what she was talking to Taylor about. Shutting down speculation that her chat had anything to do with Kylie and Timothee, Selena said, “Noooooo I told Taylor about two of my friends who hooked up. Not that that’s anyone business.”
Meanwhile, on a night out in town, TMZ caught up with Timothee and asked if Selena and Kylie had any beef at the awards show. The actor, who at first was surprised to spot the cameraperson waiting for him outside the restaurant, assured that nothing happened.

When asked “Are you and Selena cool?” the actor responded, “Yeah, of course!”

The actor was further asked if there was any beef between the ladies. He responded, “No.”

This confirmation comes after inside sources told various portals that Kylie and Timothee did not meet Selena and rubbished claims that the actress reached out to the actor for a photo. Insiders claimed that Selena “never even saw Timothee or Kylie” at the event.
The actress did, however, make her way around the seating area to meet fellow Hollywood stars like Florence Pugh and Jennifer Aniston, among others.

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