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Selena and Justin split!

 
Looks like the Biebs is looking for a new girl to call “baby” these days. According to E! News, the love bugs ended their nearly two-year relationship about a week ago. And it looks like Sel’s the one who did the dumping!

 

Reports claim the two’s hectic schedules were a factor (Selena’s off in L.A. filming her Wizards reunion special and Justin’s currently trekking across the country on his Believe tour) and, naturally, there were some trust issues.

 

But could Justin be throwing some jabs at the dumping already? Well, according to Us Weekly the 18-year-old cutie whipped out a guitar at his recent tour stop in Boston to sing a stripped down version of “Cry Me A River”—yes, the song inspired by the Justin Timberlake / Britney Spears split way back when.

 

Whether this is the real deal this time or not (the couple have tackled breakup rumors before), we think it might be good for our beloved Disney princess. She has, after all, faced much backlash from some eager Beliebers since going public with their romance back in 2011. 

 

Do you think it’s good that Selena and Justin broke up? Do you wanna see them back together? Blog about it, babes.

BY PATRICIA MCNAMARA ON 11/12/2012 10:44:00 AM

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