The Word: Are Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez back on?

Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2011 - ArrivalsAre Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez dating again? The pair were spotted together on May 14 at LA club Supperclub for DJ Tay James’ birthday. They arrived holding hands and danced to her song “Come and Get It” before taking off after about 45 minutes, according to Hollywood Life.

They left after a conversation with Supperclub’s manager. Maybe he was reminding them that they’re both under 21, and aren’t technically supposed to be in nightclubs? Nah. Probably he was just choked up to see their love blossom anew.

But is the Bieber-Gomez love connection really back on? Just last week, Selena told Boston’s KISS 108 that she’s “completely available.”

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez do have a lot in common: They both love their moms, and they both shared that love via Twitter on Mother’s Day.

“I love my momma. Great night tonight,” Justin tweeted. He included a picture of his mom, Pattie Mallette, onstage with him as he tackle-hugged her from behind, and gave her a dozen roses.

 As for Selena Gomez, it looks like she may soon have to share her mom with a little brother or sister. She tweeted a pic of her mother, Mandy Cornett, looking very pregnant. “Hope all the amazing moms had a great day! I have the best momma in the world :)) I love you so much!” Selena wrote.


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