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Unbeliebable: Justin Bieber Got Dumped By Selena Gomez
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's whirlwind romance has finally come to an end.E! News broke the news that the break-up actually happened last week, and the vaunted Associated Press has confirmed the rumors today. The news doesn't come as a surprise to us.
The anonymous sources talking to the press said that Gomez dumped Bieber and blamed it on their busy schedules. Right now Gomez is filming a "Wizards of Waverly Place" reunion for the Disney Channel and Bieber is on a tour for his last album. The Belieber rumormill went into overdrive recently when Bieber was spotted seeing The Lion King with a group that included a Victoria's Secret model Barbara Palvin. Palvin sent out a tweet advising fans to Keep Calm And Carry On.
Gomez and Bieber first stepped out together at a Vanity Fair Oscar party in February 2011. But if you want a thorough timeline of the couple's activities, you're going to have to check out this page.
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