Selena Gomez Confided In Luke Bracey During Justin Bieber Fights

Selena used to vent to her 'Monte Carlo' co-star Luke Bracey when she was having relationship problems with her ex Justin Bieber, claims a new report. Do you think they will go from friends to something more? Selena Gomez, 20, was allegedly holding hands with her Monte Carlo co-star Luke Bracey, 23, at a Golden Globes party at West Hollywood's Sunset Tower in mid January. But this isn't the first time the former co-workers have connected. According to a new report, Selena would call Luke when things weren't going well with her now ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.

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A source close to Luke told oceanUP.com, “Luke remained closest to Selena after the filming of Monte Carlo. They texted from time to time, but when things with Justin were getting bad she would meet up with him to talk.”

The source would not elaborate on whether Selena and Luke have ever hooked up.

One guy Selena has reportedly hooked up with is The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson! They were flirting and dancing at a Golden Globes after party on Jan. 13 and hooked up later that night!

I guess Selena is dating other guys to get over her painful break-up from Justin, 18!

Her Sexy Night With Luke

Us Weekly reported on Jan. 16 that the pair was getting “super close” and holding hands at the party. Selena even dished about her awful Mexico vacation with Justin just before their split.

“It was awful,” she told him. “We were fighting.”

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Selena date her Monte Carlo co-star Luke Bracey?

WATCH: Justin Bieber Flashes His Butt; Selena Strikes Back With Revenge Song 

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