Justin Bieber sings 'Cry Me A River' after Selena Gomez split
The damage is done so he guessed he'd be leaving.
Following his reported split with Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber took to the stage during a Boston concert on Saturday (Nov. 10) and sang Justin Timberlake's classic break-up anthem, "Cry Me A River." The report comes via Us Weekly, though Bieber apparently didn't confirm the fact he was singing about his 20-year-old ex during the performance.
For their part, it turns out that the former pop star couple couldn't stay away from one another long. Life & Style claims Bieber and Gomez reunited at her NYC hotel on Sunday (Nov. 11) for a few hours.
"I saw Selena go into the hotel around 5:40 p.m. and not even three hours later, Justin went in," an eyewitness tells the gossip rag. "I saw him leave around 11 p.m."
Of course, they could just be exchanging each other's things or discussing a plan of attack for the post-break-up fallout, but the meet up also could mean they're trying to work things out. It remains to be seen how Biebs will handle his first major Hollywood break-up.
On Saturday, Bieber called in to radio show "Open House Party" and was quizzed about his recent split. The 18-year-old Canadian pop star neither confirmed nor denied the break-up, which was attributed to Gomez's "trust issues."
"I don't know what to say," he said. "I don't know what's going on in my life. To even assess that -- it doesn't make sense because I have not made any comment."
In an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey, set to air on Nov. 25 on OWN, Bieber discussed his relationship with Gomez before they called it quits. "I never make her separate from me, because I don't want her to feel like I'm ashamed of her," he reportedly says. Sounds like what he was doing just didn't cut it for her.