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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez declare love for one another

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have reportedly been declaring their love for one another.

The on/off couple - who rekindled their romance earlier this week after splitting last month - have spent the whole weekend in each other's company and expressing their emotions for one another.

A source told TMZ.com: "Justin and Selena spent the entire weekend together and it was filled with lots of 'I love you' talk on both ends."

The pair - who first started dating in 2010 - first sparked rumors they'd reunited on Wednesday (08.13.14) when they appeared "very close" after arriving for a Bible study class at the City Church in Los Angeles.

A source said previously: "Justin looked really comfortable with Selena as he still thinks their bond is unbreakable and knows that Selena will always love him. The pair sat next to each other while partaking in Bible study and seemed very close. They then left together in Bieber's car."

The 20-year-old hunk also fuelled speculation they are back together after briefly sharing a blurry new photograph of the 'Come & Get It' hitmaker, 22, kissing his cheek as he holds her in his arms on his Instagram profile on Thursday (08.14.14).

He accompanied the cute snap with the caption: "Right now everything else is a blur," but he deleted the image from his account just seconds later.

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