Don't you just love when Instagram does all the work for you? (Shout out to the "following" tab!)
Famous and former Hollywood couple Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber parted ways quite some time ago, but it looks like they still cross paths when it comes to social media. Although neither of the stars follow each other on Instagram, it seems like they still check up on each other.
The following tab on IG revealed that Gomez "liked" her ex's recent video of him hula-hooping with Hailey Baldwin at Target. So, obviously, the big question arises—what does this mean?!
Well, young grasshopper, there are a variety of answers. Maybe she was lurking on her ex-boyfriend's page (relax, we all do it) and fell victim to what we all fear when doing secretive research on IG...double tapping by accident.
Maybe she just felt like a boss and wanted to be like, "Hey Justin, yeah I see you with Hailey and I'm gonna let you know it." Or maybe she just genuinely thought this 15-second video of the man who once claimed her heart having fun with another girl was cute? (Doubtful.)
Regardless, it happened, and Jelena fans definitely feel some type of way about it.
Bieber is spending his weekend with Baldwin and Kendall Jenner in Coachella. At one point, the trio decided to venture over to Target and Justin posted a video of him and Hailey unsuccessfully trying to hula hoop together at the same time. "Lol why did we think this was gonna work @haileybaldwin," he wrote.
Meanwhile, Selena contributed to the SoCal heat by posing in a soaking wet swimsuit for a sexy photo shoot with her pal, photographer and makeup artist Jake Bailey.
"Selena and I did this shoot in her backyard after work a couple weeks ago. We finished work early and it was a beautiful day. I always have my camera with me so we decided to take some pictures just for fun," Bailey tells E! News exclusively.
"Selena styled herself, I did the makeup, and we used natural light."
Bailey adds, "It was just the two of us, but we wanted it to be radiant and sexy."
Now that's a pic we'd definitely double tap.