Time heals all wounds…right? Not for fans of exes Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, or as others might still call them, “Jelena.”

On Oct. 28, people got to pretend the two recently collaborated when Los-Angelos-based filmmaker/editor/music producer Andy Wu posted a mashup of Bieber’s 2015 hit “Sorry” and one of Gomez’s new singles, “Lose You To Love Me,” on his YouTube channel. The video was captioned “and now the chapter is closed and done” signifying the end of the relationship and telling fans “it’s time for everyone to move on,” a play on words from Gomez's song.

In the video, the ex’s are made to seem like they’re having a conversation. At press time, the video has almost 1.5 million views.

In the comments under the video, people shared their praises for Andy Wu’s creation and also reminisced on the historic relationship.

“The fact that their final break up hit me so hard that I don’t even know what to feel anymore without even knowing them in person,” one person said.

“The way they said ‘yeah’ together made me speechless but the exchanging of tunes was also great,” another person said.

“This literally sounds like I’m listening to both sides of the story. Selena’s and Justin’s,” someone added.

According to Pop Sugar, this isn’t the first time Wu has mashed up songs from the two mega artists. His first mashup covered the pair’s careers from 2008 and 2016.

Bieber and Gomez started dating in 2011 and the public heavily followed their on-and-off relationship until 2018. Us Weekly reported that the final breakup was in March 2018. Bieber married supermodel Hailey Baldwin in September 2018.

Gomez’s new single “Lose You To Love Me” officially became her first No. 1 hit on Nov. 4, according to the Billboard Hot 100.

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber
Singers Selena Gomez (L) and Justin Bieber arrive at the 2011 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on November 20, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Jason Merritt