The tabloid mag Life & Style Weekly has sent out an e-mail blast reporting that the Bieber-Gomez relationship might not be dead yet:
It seems Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are not ready to let go of each other just yet.
Life & Style can exclusively reveal that the pair reunited at her hotel in NYC on Nov. 11 — not even two days after news broke about their split.
"I saw Selena go into the hotel around 5:40 p.m. and not even three hours later, Justin went in," an eyewitness tells Life & Style. "I saw him leave around 11 p.m."
Late Friday night, E! News reported the pair had broken up due to their very busy schedules.
The duo were said to have been on the rocks in recent weeks. One day after performing at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Nov. 7, Justin was spotted seeing The Lion King on Broadway with a group of people, including 19-year-old Victoria's Secret model Barbara Palvin.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Justin, 18, was quite candid about Selena, 20, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
"I never make her separate from me, because I don't want her to feel like I'm ashamed of her," he said in the interview, which airs Nov. 25 on OWN.
The hotel rendezvous was the first time they've been spotted together since Oct. 20. Justin has been on the road touring, while Selena's been busy in LA shooting the Wizards of Waverly Place reunion movie.
For the latest on their relationship, pick up the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands Wednesday.
Bieber performs in Salt Lake City on Jan. 5.
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