Selena Dumps 'Fake' Hollywood Pals Amid Justin Engagement: 'She's Really Grown Up'

Friendship overhaul! can reveal exclusively Selena Gomez has revamped her friendship group as she adjusts to life away from the spotlight after ex Justin Bieber‘s shocking engagement to Hailey Baldwin.

After nearly a decade of partying hard with some of Hollywood’s most prestigious starlets, sources tell Radar “Selena just wants to live a quiet life these days.”

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She had enough with the superficial glamour of Tinseltown. “She’s over the whole LA scene and the fake people that come with it,” snitched the informant.

The singer is said to have deleted a lot of numbers from her phone and will only hang out with close pals that she can trust.

“Selena wants to spend her time with family and people she has known since she was a kid.”

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As much as she still likes to have fun, Gomez, 26, refuses to get swept up in the glitz and glamor of Hollywood and has cut several people out of her life, said the insider.

“Selena is a totally different person to who she was a few years ago. She’s really grown up.”

As fans know, Gomez has had a rough several months, and her longtime love proposing to Hailey Baldwin was icing on the cake for the young star.

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As Radar previously reported, Gomez told friends Bieber, 24, confessed his love for her just months before he proposed to Baldwin, 21.

Despite insisting to pals she was over him, Gomez was caught drinking hard liquor at a New York bar just days later  — despite undergoing a kidney transplant last year.

Meanwhile, sources tell Radar exclusively Gomez’s family believes Bieber has hidden agendas.  “Selena’s family thinks everything Justin does is to make her jealous,” the family insider said. “They give it a few months, tops.”

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