Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have reportedly made up after she stormed out of their dinner date last night.
The Canadian heartthrob was spotted at the home of 20-year-old 'Love You Like A Love Song' singer this morning, sparking speculation they spent the night together after she initially blocked him from entering her property after fleeing a Japanese restaurant in the San Fernando Valley because they had a huge argument within 10 minutes of sitting down.
But a source told Eonline.com: "Something must have happened overnight, though, because his car was there this morning."
Earlier in the evening, Justin - who was dumped by Selena two weeks ago after almost two years together because she reportedly didn't trust him - was seen chasing her back to her house but she refused to open her security gates for him and he left after a few minutes, following their latest bitter bust up.
The source said: "Selena drove off and Justin just sat there for a few minutes. I think he was waiting for her to calm down. He then drove to her house. When he got there, he started buzzing her gate. But she was obviously not letting him in. He continued trying. Then, after a while he got out of his car, he was obviously frustrated and went up to the gate and started yelling 'Selena' over it. But…she was not coming out.
"It was at this point [Justin] started to yell at the paps. He was obviously annoyed that they were there and witnessing everything. He was mad. Selena then came out, because there was such a commotion, he got in his car and left."
The disastrous date came shortly after Justin hinted to his twitter followers he was struggling to deal with their break-up and admitted he was trying to figure his life out.
He wrote: "Things aren't always easy. There is a lot of pressure. I'm figuring it all out. I'm trying. But I care, I notice, I still hear u. (sic)"
Selena and Justin have had numerous crisis talks about their future together in recent days.
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