What Do They Mean? Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Together Again?

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Are they? Or aren’t they? That’s the age-old question regarding the very on-and-off again relationship between Justin Bieber, 21, and Selena Gomez, 23.

Since first going public in 2011, the pop stars have kept their fans guessing, quite often, about their relationship status. Although the two officially called it quits in 2013, the duo has set tongues wagging this month.

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Last Friday, Bieber was seen serenading his ex-girlfriend at the swanky Montage Hotel bar in Beverly Hills, singing his own song, “Sorry,” and The Temptations’ hit, “My Girl.”

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Bieber recently admitted on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” that he hasn’t completely shut the door when it comes to rekindling his relationship with Gomez. He told the talk show host, “I mean, we have a lot of history together so maybe, it possibly could happen but I think we’re both just on our own journeys of just figuring ourselves out and I think maybe once we figure ourselves out we can come together and make an awesome duo.”

The pop star also confirmed that several of his recent hits – “What Do You Mean?,” “Mark My Words” and “Sorry” – were all based on his relationship ups and downs with Gomez.

Although the two did not walk the red carpet together at Sunday night’s American Music Awards, Gomez was seen leaving Bieber’s exclusive after-party at The Nice Guy nightclub in Los Angeles. Once again, maybe to keep the public guessing, the two did not leave the club together. Bieber was seen leaving the party with singer/songwriter, Halsey.

For her part, Gomez has also been vocal about her feelings for Bieber. In her October cover story for ELLE, she shared that she will “forever support and love him.”

During their off periods, both Bieber and Gomez have been linked to other celebrities. Bieber is often seen in the company of Kylie and Kendall Jenner, while Gomez briefly dated DJ and music producer, Zedd, whom she collaborated with on “I Want You to Know.”

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