Most celebrity relationships don’t last very long, but in the case for Selena Gomez and The Weeknd, the two love birds are still going strong. And there’s even a new development in the relationship between the two music artists. The two took the big step and have reportedly moved in together.
Entertainment Tonight has disclosed that the couple has temporarily moved into “a low-rise luxury building in the heart of the [Greenwich] Village.”
But them ‘playing house’ will only last for a couple of months since Selena is currently shooting a Woody Allen film in New York City. The Weeknd is also still on his Legend of the Fall tour, and is scheduled to be playing shows across the U.S., New Zealand, and Australia through December 14.
So though the two are moving in together, they won’t really be spending much time in their shared home together.
According to sources, this “a big deal” for Selena Gomez who apparently usually just stays in hotels while working on certain projects. But it seems this time around, the singer and actress wants to stick close to her boyfriend.
Even though the couple might not be spending much time at the new pad, they didn’t spare on expenses. Their new place has multiple kitchens, glass balconies, and 11.6-foot high ceilings. Similar units in the building have usually been rented for $16,000 a month or more, according to ET.
Sources say the most lavish part of the couple’s home is the master bathroom, which “is outfitted with his and her vanities, a steam shower, and Kohler cast-iron bathtub,”.
Sources say that “they’ve both been very gracious to the neighbors and seem very happy with their living arrangement.”
This is only Gomez’s second time moving in with a guy whom she’s dating. She had previously lived with her ex-Justin Bieber back in 2012. In an interview with Complex, Bieber admits having moved in with Gomez during their relationship: “I moved in with my girlfriend when I was 18.”
He continues on about their time living together: “[I] Started my own life with her. It was a marriage kind of thing. Living with a girl, it was just too much at that age. But we were so in love. Nothing else mattered. We were all about each other.”