‘I’m sure things will rekindle one day’! Cody Simpson hopes to win back on-off Palestinian-Dutch GF Gigi Hadid
Although Cody Simpson dumped Gigi Hadid again, the Australian heartthrob is still holding out hope that their romance will rekindle one day.
The Surfboard singer and the Sports Illustrated babe briefly reignited their romance when the 19-year-old joined the 17-year-old on his European tour last month.
But the pair have entered splitsville again because the teenage heartthrob feels he is too young and too busy for a 'serious relationship'..
‘I have a best friend in Gigi. We’ve been together and we’ve been broken up for certain reasons and we’ve been back together and we’ve broken up again because we’re always in different places working.
‘It’s complicated. Right now, I’m kind of single,’ he told The Today Network’s The Bump.
And although he wants to be single for now, it seems the teen is somewhat confused about the swimsuit model:
‘I will always have the most incredible amount of respect for her that will never fade.
‘I’m sure things will rekindle one day’.
Cody says he wants to prioritise his career right now over his relationship.
‘I was too young and in too crazy a position to control a serious relationship and to be in it at this age’.
Just last week the genetically blessed blonde revealed to WWD that they'll always be friends even though she was on the receiving line of the break up.
'I love Cody to death and he loves me. He needed his time to focus on his music and he’s the one who broke up with me. We’re still best friends and I’ll always respect him and support his career.'
Meanwhile, the pop star has recently found a friend and work colleague in one of the most controversial singers in the industry.
‘I’m working on a special project with a friend of mine Justin Bieber we’re in here [the studio right now,’ the blonde babe said.
‘We’re working on an acoustic project but we don’t know what it’s going to be yet.
‘I play a lot of guitar and he has great vocalist so we go really well together.
While he wouldn’t give away the hook of any of the songs for presenter Angus O’Loughlin, he did reveal what the music will be about.
‘I’m writing a lot about experiences that we can rely on. We wrote A Boy Without A Home – it’s something we both relate to.
‘There’s a song for the ladies too. Stuff that they could feel like we’d be singing to them,’ he explained.