Justin Bieber opens up about wishing he saved himself for marriage

Justin opens up on his and Wife Hailey's Facebook series 'The Biebers on Watch’ wishing he remained celibate until marriage.

The pop star, (aged 26) shared information with fans about his sexual history on the new Facebook series over the weekend. He reflected on his wild past and stated that he wished he saved himself for marriage to Wife Hailey.


Justin mentioned that he didn't "regret" anything as such, but if he could go back he would do things differently. He stated "I don't regret anything because I think it makes you who you are and you learn from things. If I could go back and not have to face some of the bad hurt that I went through I probably would've saved myself for marriage." 


The Singer also acknowledged that it may sound "crazy" to some people but that "sex can be kind of confusing when you're being sexually active with anybody." Justin also previously spoke to Vogue about his problem with sex and how he practiced a self-imposed ban before reconnecting with Hailey after their breakup in 2016, stating that it helped to build trust between them.

However, Supermodel Wife Hailey Bieber seemed to have a different take on things. Hailey validated his thoughts and feelings around the topic but mentioned that her experience with it differed. She commented 'I don’t know if I’d say the same, but we had different experiences with everything." Although she did say she agreed with Justin in terms of being physical sometimes being confusing.


Despite the pair having different views on the matter it seems the two are very respectful of each others opinions and officially remain #couplegoals. Fans also seemed impressed with Justins reflectiveness and commented on how nice it was to see the young star speak so maturely around the subject.

If you want to see more of Justin and Hailey's Facebook Watch series documenting their time together in Quarantine simply CLICK HERE.

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