Justin Bieber Spotted Kissing Selena Gomez During Romantic Salt Lake City Trip

Justin Bieber Spotted Kissing Selena Gomez During Romantic Salt Lake City Trip
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They were something of a golden couple, but fans of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez need no longer mourn the loss of their relationship. The duo appeared to officially confirm they are back on when they were spotted kissing at the airport in Salt Lake City recently.


Justin and Selena, dubbed Jelena by their supporters, looked very loved up as they snuggled in a chair, with Selena sat on Justin’s lap. The pop star has his hand on the actress and singer’s waist, and she wears a smile as he leans in for a sweet smooch.

The smitten image was obtained by Radar Online, and an eyewitness told the website:

They were very affectionate with each other. They were kissing on and off and they just sat together and talked and looked totally in love.

It was a double date for the couple, who reportedly spent the trip with Taylor Swift and her boyfriend Harry Styles.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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