Is getting serenaded by Justin Bieber just as romantic as we’ve always imagined? Selena Gomez was swooning as Justin sang to her during their cozy date night at the Montage — enough that their date apparently didn’t end there — or downstairs at the hotel, if you know what we mean!
Justin Bieber made a million girls jealous at once by getting up and serenading Selena Gomez with “My Girl” (right??), and they may just be a little madder when they hear this: Jelena were caught making out in the hotel after leaving the bar, according to a source who spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY! Read on to find out what else happened!
“They did not hide at all that they were happy to be around each other, and at the end of the night they embraced and kissed near the elevator,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They both went in the elevator as it went up. Keep in mind, rooms are upstairs. They were not seen any time after that moment leaving. So they either eventually left secretly, or they stayed in a room together.”
Oh my god. Justin and Selena, are you back together? This couple has been on-again, off-again so many times we’ve lost count, but being so public about their feelings this time around seems like it might be the one that sticks! Justin did give an incredible interview in which he said that he’s always loved Selena, and always will; serenading her in a crowded room with “My Girl” is just another way to show he’s serious. It looks like she believes him! Grab his new album, Purpose, which is full of Selena-inspired songs!
Though they weren’t seen at the hotel after heading upstairs together, Justin and Selena were seen later that night taking a nice stroll around Beverly Hills together — holding hands! This wasn’t just a friendly hangout. They were flirting up a storm and looking so adorable, laughing and clinging to each other as they took their romantic walk. We can’t wait to see what happens next!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Justin and Selena will get back together? Tell us in the comments!
— Samantha Wilson, Reporting by Russ Weakland