While Justin Bieber was busy pouting about being snubbed by the Grammys, his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez was partying it up.
The 20-year-old former Disney star was photographed walking arm-in-arm with Bieber's good pal, Alfredo Flores, at Sunday night's Warner Music Group/In Style 2013 Grammys after-party at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
Bieber apparently doesn't have to worry about his friend putting the move on his ex, as HollywoodLife reports that Flores was there on Bieber's behalf. Sources told the website that Bieber has enlisted Flores to help him "pick up the pieces" and win Gomez back.
“Justin has tried to make it seem like Selena is begging him to get him back but it’s just not true,” a source revealed to Hollywoodlife. “On the real, he’s desperate. That’s why Alfredo went out with her after the Grammys, to try and keep the peace and convince her that [Bieber is] a good guy. Justin knows he’s f**ked up and is picking up the pieces.”
Only time will tell if Bieber's wingman was successful, but Gomez was clearly thinking about another Justin that night -- Justin Timberlake. Gomez tweeted a sexy photo of herself at Timberlake's 90-minute set at the Hollywood Palladium, and wrote, "He's bringing sexy back... And it's about time!! @jtimberlake killed it!"
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