Selena Gomez Goes Nude, Shows Butt and Has Skype Sex: Is She Trying Hard to Be With Justin Bieber?

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By Sonalee singh | March 26, 2014 7:26 PM EST

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are reportedly sending sex messages to each other. The couple has started sending intimate messages and videos to each other to keep the fire alive in the relationship. Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber reunited earlier this month after a breakfast and coffee date. Since then the couple are making sure that they keep the interest going in each other.

"He gets plenty from her and has a slew of pictures, and videos with her that would make the internet explode," the source revealed, adding, "He gets all the important stuff," reported Hollywoodlife.

The reports of Gomez and Bieber sexting each other exploded on the web after Selena posted a naked picture of hers on Instagram. The picture shows a naked silhouette of Selena Gomez while she is standing nude wrapped in a window sheer.

Fans of the couple are quite happy to know that Gomez and Bieber are going out of their way to please each other. Previously it had also come to surface that from time to time couple has Skype sex.

Much recently, Gomez even shared a picture of her sexy butt. The "Come And Get It" Singer instagrammed a picture of her " secret project" where she was seen showing a lot of legs and hint of under butt. The brunette beauty was seen checking her out in the mirror, which was lit up by the bulb.

Even Bieber went ahead and shared his sexy photo in an unbuttoned shirt with his Calvin Klien underwear showing. The photo was captioned by Bieber as, " What if I do a Calvin Klein campaign?" he asks, adding, "Comment below yes or no."

Both Selena and Justin are bombarding their fans with some seriously provocative pics. One wonders what the couple is really up to? Are they trying to woo each other time and again with racy pictures , videos and texts?

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