Justin Bieber 'too young' to marry

   Apr 27, 4:34 pm

Washington, Apr 27 (ANI): Justin Bieber wouldn't tie the knot with girlfriend Selena Gomez anytime soon because he thinks he is too young.

The teen popstar claims that he is not yet old enough to get marry his actress and singer girlfriend, but hopes she is not offended by his decision.

He was asked by French newspaper Le Parisien if he has plans to propose Gomez.

"No, I'm too young. One day, I will get engaged, when I have found the right person in five or 10 years. It doesn't mean Selena is not the right person though! She's going to kill me if I say that!" Contactmusic quoted him as telling the publication.

The 'Baby' hitmaker admits that being in a public relationship can be hard, but knows it is something he signed himself up for when he became famous.

"It is not easy to be so young and to have a relationship with someone that doesn't stay private. But, well, I am a public personality, it is what I wanted, so I have to deal with it," he said. (ANI)

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