Justin Bieber wishes he’d ‘saved’ himself for marriage because sex ‘can be kind of confusing’

Canadian singer was asked if he could change anything about his past

Olivia Petter
Saturday 16 May 2020 12:42
Justin Bieber wishes he'd saved himself for marriage because 'sex can be kind of confusing'

Justin Bieber has said he wishes he’d abstained from sex until marriage.

Speaking on his new Facebook series, The Biebers on Watch, the Canadian singer was asked if he would change anything about his life if he could go back in time.

While Bieber replied that he didn’t regret anything, he said: “If I could go back and not have to face some of the bad hurt that I went through... yeh, I probably would’ve saved myself for marriage.”

Talking to the camera alongside his wife, Hailey, the 26-year-old singer said his revelation “probably sounds crazy”.

“I don’t think it’s too much information, I think it’s helpful,” he continued.

“Sex can be kind of confusing when you’re being sexually active with anybody.

“It’s true, I probably would have saved myself for marriage.”

Hailey nodded but explained that she felt differently.

“I don’t know if I’d say the same, but we had different experiences with like... everything. Different journeys,” she said.

“But I do agree with the fact that being physical with someone can make things more confusing.”

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