Selena Gomez appeared on "Late Night with David Letterman" on Monday to promote her new film "Spring Breakers," and she dismissed any rumors that she and Justin Bieber were reuniting, while also saying that sans Bieber, she's just fine.
Letterman asked, "Do you date? Do you go out and see ... are you dating boys now?"
To that, Gomez, 20, said, "No, not yet, no."
Letterman continued, "I remember last time you were here you were with a Justin Bieber ..."
Gomez interrupted and laughed, saying "I was with 'A' Justin Bieber?"
Letterman said, "Well, you were with a Justin Bieber, and that's not going on now."
Gomez replied, "No, I'm single. I'm so good."
Letterman then went on to relate a story. "The last time he was on, he and I got into a conversation. He said something, and I said something, and then he said something and I said something ... and I made him cry."
Gomez said with aplomb, "Well, then, that makes two of us."
That comment drew applause and accolades from David Letterman, but will probably draw Twitter flak toward Gomez's account.
The couple reportedly broke up during a New Year's Eve trip to Mexico. Gomez was seeing exiting his digs on an early Saturday morning on Feb. 2, though.
Watch the exchange, embedded.