Rumor has it Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez might be reconciling. The two were spotted together on Thursday, just a few days after their breakup was announced. J and S were seen at The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills after reportedly spending time together Wednesday night.
The breakup was a surprise to many as the two were considered this generation's Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, but fans with Bieber-fever were glad to see the Biebs a single man again.
So are these two together again or are they just having a walk down memory lane? Here are a few reasons we think these two need to stay apart.
Selena can do better
Sorry Bieber fans but Selena is a bombshell. She has the power to become the next J-Lo with her combination of talents in music, dancing and acting. J-Biebs is talented too, obviously, but for J and S to grow they need to let go of their young romance and move on. Who do we see Selena with next? Perhaps Zac Efron?
No room for jealousy
According to friends close to the couple Selena could be a bit of a jealous girlfriend. She reportedly didn't like Justin talking to other girls, which is probably pretty hard for him considering he's the lead male teen pop star in the world right now.
"Justin doesn't see texting other girls as cheating, but he's promised Selena he'll stop if she takes him back," a source said.
It's cool Justin's willing to compromise but at such a young age should either of these celebs be taking relationships so seriously?
As we said, J and S are awfully young to have to deal with relationship issues while building their careers in Hollywood. Both celebs are at a pivotal moment in their lives when any turn can impact their success as serious musicians and talents in the industry. We're not saying these two should stop dating o focus on their careers. We're just saying their relationship seemed to be getting more serious the longer they dated and maybe these two should worry about something else right now.
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