Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez shared a night of romance that not only included a sweet serenade, but a beautiful slow dance, too. The reunited lovebirds couldn’t stop themselves from falling back into each others arms.
Even before Justin Bieber serenaded Selena Gomez with a romantic rendition of “My Girl” while they were hanging out at the Montage Beverly Hills on November 20, the (on again?) couple got cozy on the dance floor. The two sweetly slow danced to Lionel Ritchie‘s “Easy” and looked as happy and as in love as could be, according to E!
“We asked what he was doing at this bar and [Justin] said, meeting up with his ex. They were honestly mesmerizing to watch slow dance,” Lindsey Cavanaugh, the photographer who shot the now-famous video of Justin’s serenade, told E! “My business partner gave him the thumbs up and he gave it back to her and laughed, then dipped Selena all the way to the floor. Shortly after that, she sat on the table and he somehow started singing ‘My Girl.’ She was smiling and in that moment, didn’t look like Selena Gomez, rather a girl at a bar being doted on by her first love.”
How romantic! Justin has been trying his hardest to win Selena back, and prove to her that he’s a changed man. With this display of affection, he probably won’t have a hard time convincing her that he’s for real anymore. After all, he did say he would always love her — now he’s showing it! You can SHOP Justin’s new album Purpose to hear all his Selena-inspired music!
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After their amazing night at the Montage, Justin and Selena headed out for a nice stroll through ritzy Beverly Hills, laughing, smiling and holding hands. Yeah, Selena definitely liked Justin’s date idea! We learned from a source EXCLUSIVELY that their night was even more serious than imagined: Justin and Selena were spotted kissing by the elevators at the Montage, then taking one upstairs. You know, where the rooms are.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Selena and Justin got back together? Tell us in the comments!
— Samantha Wilson