After reports of multiple break-ups and make-ups, it seems as if Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are back on – for now.
Young Hollywood’s hottest power couple reportedly attended an American Music Awards after-party on Sunday night.
"My cub @justinbeiber brought his acceptable and beautifully aged beauty Selena to the AMA after-party," AMA presenter Jenny McCarthy tweeted shortly after the show. "Guess I'm back on the prowl. Rww!"
In addition, E! News cites “multiple eyewitnesses” who say that the “Beauty and a Beat” singer and the former “Wizards of Waverly Place” star were spotted leaving the Nokia Theatre together hand-in-hand after the show.
While Bieber dominated the 2012 AMAs by winning three awards, including artist of the year, the only woman who was seen on his arm during the night was his “beautiful” mother.
"I wanted to thank you for always believing in me," Bieber said, looking to his mom.
E! News reports that Gomez, who was seen at the AMA after-party dressed casually in jeans and a dark top, must have arrived at the end of the show because she was nowhere in the theater. The two reportedly met up once Bieber was done taking press photos.
As neither Bieber nor Gomez has publicly confirmed their relationship status, a recent TMZ report indicates that the two are single but friendly.
According to Thirty Mile Zone, it’s Gomez who has decided to give the relationship another shot, but Bieber who thinks it’s better if they stay friends for now. The entertainment news outlet reports that Bieber is now telling his close friends that he's on the fence, partly because Gomez has been so erratic.
The two made headlines Friday night when Gomez was seen storming out of a restaurant they were eating at. The 20-year-old actress reportedly left before appetizers ever even hit the table.
Bieber was seen later that night in front of Gomez’s house, but was denied entry to the property and eventually left.
Bieber, who beat out Rihanna, Katy Perry, Maroon 5 and Drake for the top prize at the American Music Awards, also took home awards for favorite pop/rock male artist and favorite pop/rock album (for "Believe").
The 18-year-old accepted his third and final award by saying, it's "hard growing up with everyone watching me" and asked that people continue to believe in him.
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