Worry not, Bieber-Gomez supporters: Whatever that VMAs moping was about, it was not related to a breakup. Biebs and Selena Gomez are still going strong, as evidenced by the completely over-the-top date night he arranged for her last Friday in L.A. According to TMZ, Bieber rented out the entire Staples center for a surprise screening of Titanic a deux. (Even better? Since he's sold out the arena three times, he didn't have to pay.) Biebs was reportedly inspired by a scene from Mr. Deeds (based on Frank Capra's Mr. Deeds Goes to Town), which is sweet in a teenager-y way, though the Sandler–Winona Ryder Madison Square Garden date is hardly at the top of the "Scenes from Rom-Coms Girls Would Like to Reenact in Real Life" list (that would be the "It's Still Not Over" scene from The Notebook, with actual Ryan Gosling). Still, an impressive effort from the young Biebs. [TMZ]
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