Justin Bieber and Gomez ‘reconcile’

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have sparked rumours of a reconciliation.

The popstars are thought to have split over the weekend, following claims Justin flirted with models when he performed at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last week.

Despite reports Selena, 20, was adamant the relationship had run its course, the pair are now thought to have spent some time together.

According to TMZ, Justin picked Selena up from an airport on Wednesday and then travelled with her to her home.

"We're told Bieber spent the night at SG's place," reports the site.

"The next morning, the two hitched a ride to the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills."

The pair made sure they went into the establishment at different times and weren't photographed together, although separate images of them entering the hotel have been released.

Selena is seen in a simple pair of slim-fitting black trousers, coupled with a white shirt and brown wedge ankle boots. Justin opted for a dark T-shirt and red cap.

News of the former couple's seeming reunion comes after claims Selena had blocked Justin from contacting her. Earlier this week it was reported that he had been texting and phoning her in an effort to win her back. It was then claimed Selena had enough of the constant contact, so ensured no calls or messages from her ex-boyfriend would be delivered to her phone.

Justin, 18, was accused of flirting with Hungarian Victoria’s Secret model Barbara Palvin at the luxury lingerie company's annual catwalk display.

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