Justin Bieber Selena Gomez 2014: Singer Still Thinks Of Gomez As His Girl

10:32 AM EDT 8/13/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Justin Bieber is still reportedly referring to his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Selena Gomez, as his girl.

Although they have been split up since late June, Bieber is allegedly struggling to move on from his relationship with Gomez and, according to a new report, he is convinced he and Gomez will soon be together again.

"Justin is still telling people that there is something going on between them,” a source told Hollywood Life on Aug. 12. “He still calls Selena his girl, and thinks she’s going to come back to him eventually because their bond is unbreakable. He is a bit delusional since they are not even talking but then again, it’s happened before.”

Since their initial split at the end of 2012 after two years of dating, Bieber and Gomez have rekindled their relationship a number of times. Throughout spring 2013, Beiber and Gomez were seen together in Los Angeles, and on the Fourth of July, they attended a holiday party together. Then, in Nov. 2013, Gomez revealed she was single.

In Jan. 2014, Bieber and Gomez were together again, riding Segways near Bieber's Calabasas, Calif. home and posing for an Instagram photo. Throughout spring 2014, the pair continued to be seen together, but in late June, they parted ways again, and Bieber was seen canoodling with a handful of other women.

Since the split, Gomez has grown close to her former BFF Taylor Swift.

“Taylor and Selena have been talking a lot more now that Justin is out of the picture,” a source told Hollywood Life earlier this week. “She’s so relieved that Selena finally came to her senses and dumped Justin. She is so proud of Selena and how she’s been handling the breakup.”

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