Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Back On: Couple Attend Concert Together In Los Angeles

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By Simi John | February 4, 2013 11:56 PM EST

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber and Disney star Selena Gomez were spotted attending a concert together in Los Angeles, further sparking reports that the two are back together.

Excited concert-goers took to Twitter, confirming that the couple were present for the event. 

"YLA's first show and the Beibs and Selena were sitting front and center. #YLA #YLAallday #GirlGroupProblems," @Doe_Minique

"Our girl the beautiful Selena @Selenagomez was front and centre last night for our first show! We love u..." @YLA_Music

"Saw a great showcase by @YLA_Music and Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were sitting right in front of me. #WelcomeToLosAngeles," @RicciMusic

"No big deal.. Bieber and Gomez front seat at our first show. Musta been the music," @BrookeAdamsYLA

Recently, it was reported that the on-and-off couple spent the night together, after the 20-year-old singer was spotted being dropped at her home, in Bieber's car, which was driven by his bodyguard. 

"Selena looks like a young girl in love. And obviously Justin's trying to win her back - sending her home in his car and everything - giving her the royal treatment," one of the photographers said

The 19-year-old had recently sparked a series of controversies- hooking up with a nursing student, groping a fan in Miami, he was photographed smoking what may have been marijuana. The youngster also posted a picture of his buttocks on Instagram and Twitter.

During an interview with Billboard magazine, the Beauty and A Beat singer confessed he was struggling to get over his break-up from Gomez.

"I'm not in the happiest place that I've ever been. I'm trying to get through what I'm going through. Like I said, I have my really close friends to cheer me up and keep me going," he said, adding, "There are so many rumors. People say I call Selena every day and she won't pick up the phone or I'm chasing her down, and these are all fake stories."

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