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Selena follows Justin to 'reconcile'

20 April 2013, 10:12

Los Angeles - Selena Gomez has flown to Norway at the same time as Justin Bieber.

The actress sparked rumours she could reconcile with the All Around the World singer when she touched down in capital city Oslo after flying from Los Angeles on Thursday.

Justin was taking the stage in the on Thursday night as part of his Believe tour.

The former couple have met a few times since splitting over the New Year, although if she is looking for a reconciliation, it would appear Selena has had a change of heart.

Earlier this month, it was reported she had asked Paramount Pictures to remove her out of Justin's sequel to his Never Say Never concert film, for fear it could be edited to make her look bad.

'A whole water park to himself'

A source said: "There are plenty of scenes where she's yelling at him over his behaviour which, if edited, would make her look like the princess of bitches.

"Selena is desperately worried he'll try to exact some sort of revenge on screen."

Meanwhile, Justin is set to get a whole water park to himself when his tour visits Dubai.

The singer's people have contacted the Wild Wadi and Aquaventure parks in the Middle Eastern emirate, which may be closed off for his personal use to prevent him being mobbed by fans.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "The hordes of girls trying to get on a slide with Justin could lead to disaster, so both parks have been contacted to discuss giving him full access for a day."

- BangShowBiz


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