Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez on a vacation?

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are as officially back together as they can be without either of them confirming it-which, no, they haven't yet so far. Between singing "Gorgeous" to each other over Facetime, to reppin' some next-level PDAs, there's nearly nothing too cute for these guys.

The pair were spotted at the Sugar Factory in Bellevue, Washington, where they enjoyed alone time in the Chocolate Lounge and ordered a 60 oz. drink called the Ocean Blue, TMZ reports. For those unfamiliar with the SF, it's basically one big candy wonderland and, honestly, perhaps the ideal date.

Jelena are going strong!

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It's a bit PG but honestly we're so totally into it.

They were seen holding hands and deeply smitten with each other until the Pussycat Dolls' "Buttons" came on.

Never change you guys, kay?

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Most recently, sources have claimed the "Sorry" hitmaker is doing his best to prove to his girlfriend Selena Gomez - with whom he recently rekindled his romance after a five-year on/off relationship from 2010 to 2015 - that he is a "better man" now. He wears his heart on his sleeve lately especially when it comes to her.

The source also said Bieber and Gomez plan on spending New Year's Eve together.

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