Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez haven't spending time together as of late. As opposed to their multiple dates last year and earlier months of 2012, its obvious there is something wrong going on between the famed "Jelena" duo.
Now, it looks as if the rumors of a possible break-up are true especially with the news going on about Selena Gomez hanging out with a different guy until 2 am in the morning.
Before "Jelena" fans wage an all-out war against the alleged new beau of Selena Gomez, there is nothing true of the sorts. Selena Gomez was simply out until 2 am with Gregg of the highly-anticipated come-back film for Disney's original series, "Wizards of Waverly Place."
"Shooting at 2 am and this is where me and Gregg end up," tweeted Selena on November 8 along with a photo of the two of them together lying on the ground with their feet up.
While a photo and a tweet shouldn't make anything else more complicated it just did all thanks to over thinking "Jelena" and "Belieber" fans. No thanks to the press and various web tabloids, the status of Justin and Selena's relationship has been under more talk and stress as of late.
The "Jelena" relationship has had plenty of break up rumors but still no proof that the tow have broken up or are close to breaking up. Given all the talk, this latest tweet and photo sent out by Gomez will be another so-called "proof" on the "Jelena-rumor-break-up-list."
So while everybody else is worrying over the relationship status between Gomez and Bieber, both stars are busy with other things. Selena Gomez is currently filming the second movie of Disney's Original, "Wizards of Waverly Place" in Los Angeles.
On the other hand, Justin Bieber was spotted a few days ago surrounded with overload sexiness and gorgeous Victoria's Secret models at the VS fashion in New York City last November 7.
Judging from Gomez's' latest tweet, was the 22-year old Latina trying to make the Biebs jealous? Or was she simply jealous of Justin Bieber being surrounded by hot and sexy Victoria's Secret Fashion Show models?
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