Jan 10, 2013

Justin Bieber-Selena Gomez Split

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber allegedly called it quits once again. The pop star and Disney actress supposedly had a huge argument before New Year’s Eve and went their separate ways. Gomez reportedly flew out of Mexico on December 30, but Bieber stayed in down south a day longer.

selena+n+justin.jpgA description of the couple during a pre-Christmas trip to Salt Lake City by a New York Daily News source paints the picture of a too cute for words teeny bopper couple. Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were allegedly photographed cuddling, snuggling, and smooching on their getaway. Reported Inquisitor.

The scene between the on-again off-again celebrity couple supposedly changed dramatically over the course of the next few days. Selena Gomez, 20, and Bieber, 18, hopped a plane to Mexico to ring in the New Year together.

The source had this to say about the tumultuous nature of the Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez romance:

“They keep breaking up and getting back together. It’s probably not correct to characterize this as a final break up. She’s been giving him a really hard time. She’s been parting without him and it drives him crazy.”
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have allegedly not seen each other since the explosive argument which supposedly led to the booking of separate flights back to America, the Huffington Post notes. As previously reported by The Inquisitor, Justin and Selena broke up in November after two years of togetherness. Busy schedules and rumors about Justin Bieber penchant or Victoria’s Secret models were rumored to be the cause of the split.
The pair made up and reportedly jetted off for a ski vacation with Harry Styles and Taylor Swift at Canyons Resort just before Christmas. A Twitter post by Selena Gomez might indicate that this is the final breakup with Justin Bieber. Gomez tweeted this on the first day of 2013:

“New beginning. Fresh start. I love you all.”

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