Justin Bieber Is Reportedly Texting Selena "Nonstop" in an Effort to Win Her Back

Is it too late now to say sorry? Probably not.

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Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have split up after ten months of dating (opens in new tab) (he even unfollowed her friends and family (opens in new tab) on Instagram), and fans can't help but notice that their breakup coincides with Selena hanging out non-stop (opens in new tab) with Justin Bieber. AKA her ex-boyfriend.

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The pair have been seen at Justin's house, at church, and at breakfast together—but are they dating? Not yet, but possibly soon. Us Weekly (opens in new tab) reports that Selena is considering getting back together with Bieber, but they're not official as of now. "The ball is in Selena’s court right now," a source says. "She was happy with The Weeknd but Justin always has the biggest piece of her heart. This situation is a heartstring type of thing. She has to figure out what she wants."

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Meanwhile, "Justin really wants to get back with Selena," and has been texting her "nonstop" and hanging out with her "whenever he can." People (opens in new tab) also reports that "Justin is aware Selena’s family is not thrilled they are hanging out. They think he caused Selena a lot of grief. Justin hopes he can prove to them that he has changed."

When it comes to The Weeknd,"Selena insisted that they were just friends and that [he] had nothing to worry about, but she can’t deny that she still loves Justin," Us Weekly's source says. "He had such a big piece of her heart and was such a huge part of her life for so long. She can’t just let him go."

As of now, the relationship is platonic (it *is* possible for exes to be friends, y'all), but “It’s definitely a possibility that they could get back together."

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Mehera Bonner
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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.