Nov 13 2012, 2:34pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Justin Bieber doesn't know if he wants to reunite with Selena Gomez.
The 'Boyfriend' singer - who was dumped by the 20-year-old actress last week amid reports she felt she couldn't trust him - is said to be conflicted about whether he wants to be in a serious relationship after meeting with her for crisis talks on Sunday (11.11.12).
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the 18-year-old Canadian popstar - who was originally said to be planning to do everything he could to win Selena back - is now said to be tempted to make the most of his bachelorhood after becoming close to a number of gorgeous models.
Although Justin still loves the 'Love You Like A Love Song' singer, he apparently also likes the idea of casually dating a few different girls after hanging around with 19-year-old Hungarian beauty Barbara Palvin recently, who he met at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last week.
Selena and Justin - who dated for two years - met for the first time since their split at a hotel in New York on Sunday and discussed the reasons behind their break-up.
According to insiders, nothing was resolved during the emotional meeting and they have not yet decided if they have a future together.
Meanwhile, friends close to Selena hope she doesn't take Justin back because she tried to dump him several times in the past.
A friend said: ''It's been so difficult to watch this unfold over the past year or so. Selena has shed so many tears over Justin. She's tried to split up with him so many times but they have always ended up back together.
''It's out in the open now and that is one of the toughest parts, so that means there's more chance it will be permanent this time. But we expect Justin to try to win her back - and he tends to get what he wants.''
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