Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber


Don't get your hopes up, it doesn't look like Jelena is back together—yet.

E! News has learned that just one month after their dramatic breakup, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are spending time together, but their romantic status remains "complicated."

Sources tells us that for the last few weeks, Selena and Justin have been talking and texting quite a bit, and most recently started seeing each other again, but aren't calling themselves boyfriend-girlfriend.  

Selena Gomez, YLA

Biebs joined Gomez for the girl group YLA's private concert at Soho House in West Hollywood on Saturday night. Selena is friends with the five girls of the L.A.-based group, whose producers are Gomez's longtime musical collaborators Rock Mafia (they're currently working on Selena's new album).

YLA member Brooke Adams took to Twitter to share her excitement about the famous audience members, tweeting "No big deal.. Bieber and Gomez front seat at our first show. Musta been the music."

A source tells E! News that Selena arrived first, then Bieber showed up later on in the evening. Selena wore a sexy blue skirt and black blouse, while Justin wore his usual jeans and backwards baseball cap. They sat next to each other throughout the set, which featured YLA's new single "Kids R OK."

We're also told that although Jelena spent the night next to each other, the pair did not show any PDA—no holding hands, hugging or kissing. A source tells us that while the private concert was filmed by Rock Mafia, and Justin and Selena do appear on camera together, the footage is not currently being released

Selena still refers to Justin as "my ex-boyfriend" and is taking this relationship reboot very slowly. "They are on good terms and hanging out," says a source. "But they are not back together."

Will they never, ever get back together? Time will tell.

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