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Justin Bieber Cuddles With Selena Gomez in Deleted Instagram Photo

April 22, 2013 08:19:58 GMT

The 'Beauty and a Beat' singer shared a picture of his ex-girlfriend who was about to kiss him on his cheek via Instagram, but he quickly deleted it afterwards.


Justin Bieber Cuddles With Selena Gomez in Deleted Instagram Photo
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Justin Bieber probably was giving a hint at reconciliation between him and ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez. On Saturday, April 20, Justin uploaded a photo of him snuggling with Selena. However, the "Baby" hitmaker quickly deleted it from his Instagram page.

The picture which Justin deleted showed him and Selena being close. In the image, Justin stared at the camera, wearing a cap backwards, while Selena struck a pose as if she was going to kiss him on the cheek. She closed her eyes and smiled a little. Her left hand held her hair.

The deleted picture might fire up speculations that they were back together again. Although the couple broke up earlier this year, Justin was recently captured having Selena's picture as his phone's screensaver. In addition, Selena and Justin reportedly shared a kiss in Norway after the "Spring Breakers" actress took a 14-hour-flight to see Justin who was having a show in the European country. A source told PEOPLE that Justin and Selena "looked really in love, like no fights ever happened before. It definitely looked like they were back together."

In other news, Justin has added another tattoo on his body. Daily Star reported on Monday, April 22, that Justin got a new Koi fish tattoo which was inked in Denmark. The tattoo is located next to the owl and X symbol tattoo on his arm. In regards to the meaning, tattoo artist Luca Ortis said, "The koi fish tattoo is a symbol of courage and determination. It's an ideal symbol for someone who wants to show that they are strong and have overcome problems."

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posted by Steph on Apr 22, 2013
I can still find that pic

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