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Bieber Joins Gomez on Concert Tour?

Bieber Joins Gomez on Concert Tour?

Justin Bieber was recently spotted at the Los Angeles Airport only a few short hours after his girlfriend Selena Gomez departed, heading for her South American tour.

While Justin's final destination is still not clear there are reports floating around the internet that he is following his girlfriend and heading to Puerto Rico to support Gomez on her new tour.

Justin posted a picture to his Instagram account which was dated Jan. 22 with the caption "airport sleep." The teenage heartthrob was catching up on some much needed rest sleeping on the seats at the airport.

It should come as no surprise that the trip was a coincidence with Selena Gomez's' Puerto Rican concert. The young starlet was seen at the airport a few hours before and looking equally exhausted.

Adding to the rumor that Bieber is following Gomez is the fact that a few days ago Bieber made an appearance at Gomez's acoustic UNICEF show on Jan. 20 at the House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

He shows his fans that he is not only the best at creating hit songs and moves on the dance floor, but Bieber knows exactly how to be a considerate and supportive boyfriend.

The couple causes a media stir every time they are seen together especially when they are on one of their numerous dates and especially when Justin and Selena seal the date with a kiss.

Though some people would think they would be tired of each other given the shelf life of a celebrity relationship, but the couple still shows they are still very much in love and are not concerned about showing it.

Despite some Hollywood couples going breaking up, these two are not worried about it. Maybe Johnny Depp, Russell Brand and Seal could take notes on how to stay in a fulfilling relationship.

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