For the next eight years, Elizabeth had many different stepmothers, and historians have debated whether this constant change was the reason Elizabeth never married.
Was this legitimate journalism that served the public’s interest? It’s still in many respects a polite Southern town where people talk over the back fence but take offense when private matters are made public in print.
Or was it tabloid gossip beneath the propriety of the paper founded by George Bannerman Dealey? The argument at the News carried on until late in the afternoon.
From loved-up teens to fiery Instagram exchanges, Digital Spy explains the story of Jelena for those of you who have struggled to keep up. Well, Selena says that Bieber's manager Scooter Braun called up her mum (who was her manager at the time) and they met shortly after. The following year they attended quite a few high-profile events together (from the Kids Choice Awards to the MTV Video Music Awards), but they insisted they were just friends. But then on New Year's Eve 2010, one of those pesky paparazzi got a snap of them kissing on a yacht, and, well, by that point it was pretty obvious they were dating anyway.
Flicking through the calendar, we place that towards the end of 2009, so they knew each other for quite some time before they started properly dating. They kind of went public on the red carpet at the Oscars Vanity Fair party. Of course every guy likes the girl to be hot, which Selena is," he said.
I made some decisions that weren't great as well, and so did he, and that's why I feel like we went through all that to make us better."Yeah, that could well have possibly been the case.
In early 2015, Justin and Selena were hanging out a bit.
Now the News editors were arguing about how to handle the story.
No one at the paper would speak on the record, but it’s not hard to imagine how the debate unfolded.
"I was 21 this year - I turned 22 - I was trying to figure out what I'm doing.
It was the first time I was constantly being kicked down for doing that.
The debate had been raging all day at the Dallas Morning News.