Selena Gomez Wants to Get Back with Same Old Justin Bieber: Is a 'Jelena' Reunion on the Cards?
By nidhi tewari | March 5, 2014 6:56 PM EST
Justin Bieber has just turned 20 on March 1 and celebrated his birthday in Bahamas with his close friends and family. According to various Web sites, Justin missed being with Selena Gomez on his special day and even called her "the most elegant princess" on his Instagram account some time back. This proves the fact that despite their on and off relationship, Justin still loves his only one girl in the world and that is Selena Gomez. But does the Texan beauty feel the same?
Singer Justin Bieber poses at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California in this December 18, 2013
"Selena has seen what Justin tweeted about her and thought it was really sweet. This is the Justin she would go back to, but she knows too well that it's not realistic," a source tells the Web site.
"He says he's going to do this and that and begs for her to come back, but then his actions end up not matching his words,"added the source , according to the Web site.
Justin celebrated a "low key" birthday party with his family members in Bahamas, the Web site reports.
"That was a wake-up call for Justin; feeling lonely not having Selena around for his big day. And now he's doing whatever he can to win her back," a source close to the "Believe" singer told the Web site. However does this have any effect on Selena?
Selena is currently enjoying her single status and is seen hanging out with various pals including Niall Horan from One Direction. She was also seen enjoying with her girl friends at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party. The "Come and Get It" singer reportedly did not greet Justin on his recent birthday and made no attempt to even call him up, the Web site reports.
Does this mean that Selena Gomez has moved forward and feels Justin Bieber was one of her growing-up mistakes? It seems that only Justin wants Selena back and the vice versa is not true. What are your views?
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