Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez enjoy friendly brunch in LA

By: Meaghan Wray

It’s never too late to rekindle a relationship! To the surprise of many, former on-again-off-again couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have been spotted spending quite a bit of time together in LA over the past week. The two are said to have made amends after Selena went public with news of her life-changing kidney transplant surgery.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYSelena Gomez and Justin Bieber are reportedly on good terms again

The Canadian singer was first seen hanging out at Selena’s Los Angeles home on Oct 23. Less than a week later, the pair was spotted at Justin’s rented mansion on Oct 29, and again enjoying a friendly brunch at JOi Café in Westlake Village, California. It appears the former lovebirds are making up for lost time, with a source telling People, “Justin lost touch with Selena for a while, but they are communicating again.”

The source continued: “He visited her at home last week. They spent a few hours together as friends. He was very worried after learning about her kidney transplant. He is so relieved that she is doing well.” So well, in fact, that the two have also been attending church services together at LA’s Zoe Church.

Justin and Selena’s romance was anything but smooth sailing after officially going public with their relationship back in February 2011. They went through numerous breakups to makeups before calling it quits in 2014. At the time of the breakup, a source explained to People, “With them being apart so much it got complicated. She had some trust issues. It’s not easy, but the relationship needed to end.”

A romantic reconciliation might be in the cards, now that Selena has reportedly split from her boyfriend The Weeknd. News broke on Oct 30 that the couple has called it quits after 10 months of dating.

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