Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber asks Selena Gomez to move in with him

JUSTIN Bieber has reportedly asked Selena Gomez to move in with him.   

The 20-year-old singer recently rekindled his on/off relationship with the 'Come & Get It' hitmaker and is now keen to take their relationship to the next level by asking her to live in his Los Angeles pad with him.  

A source told the HollywoodLife.com: "Selena and Justin are a hundred percent together right now, he's asked her to move in with him and she couldn't be happier. She's still being cautious, she's not going to give up her place, that way if anything goes wrong or if she decides she needs some space, she'll have her own spot to go to. But, officially she's going to be living with him. It's a huge step."  

The couple first started dating in 2010 and called time on their romance in 2012, but sparked rumours early last year that they'd reunited, before Selena, 22, confirmed she was single in November 2013.  

However, the pair appeared to have struck up their turbulent relationship once more in January this year, before splitting in April over Justin's alleged flirtatious antics with reality TV star Kylie Jenner, 17, at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California.  

Since then, Justin has been pulling out all of the stops to try and win back the 'Spring Breakers' star and even took her horse-back riding in Canada last month.   

It appears Justin's gestures worked on the brunette beauty as he confirmed during a deposition last week that they were giving their relationship another go.



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