Selena Gomez

Alas, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have parted ways—for now.

The brunette babe was spotted strutting her amazing figure while shooting a new commercial with Adidas' NEO label for a spring-summer 2014 fashion collection in New York City today, after spending a whirlwind weekend in Texas with her former fling (and maybe boyfriend, once again).

After making headlines for her public PDA and hints that Jelena is making a comeback, the singer was spotted on Monday arriving in Newark, N.J. while the Biebs is reportedly still in Texas.

Gomez then made her way to the Big Apple on Tuesday, where she was seen wearing a long-sleeve crop top that showed off her toned tummy, with black sweat pants and a blue scarf, while also having a gray sweater tied around her waist, for the Adidas gig.

Selena Gomez

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E! News exclusively revealed that the former lovebirds reunited in Gomez's home state of Texas. They were spotted grabbing breakfast at a local eatery on Friday, where they were even seen kissing (!) and then later shopping that same day in the city of McAllen with the Biebs' bodyguard and several other pals.

Then on Saturday, Gomez performed at the 2014 BorderFest concert at the Hidalgo State Farm Arena in Texas, marking her first show since her stint in rehab earlier this year. Bieber stayed in her tour bus during the performance, but then gave a surprise performance at the 2014 SXSW Festival in Austin on Sunday, during which he dedicated "As Long as You Love Me" to his "baby girl" while Gomez reportedly watched from backstage.

If that wasn't enough to make fans go into a frenzy, Bieber posted then deleted two Instagram videos showing him and Selena performing an intimate choregraphed dance to John Legend's "Ordinary People" (don't worry, it made its way to YouTube before he took them down).

Neither of the young stars have publicly commented on the status of their relationship, but you know what they say—actions speak louder than words.

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