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Selena Gomez’s Lupus condition real? Heath excuse reunites Justin and Selena?

Selena Gomez cancelled part of her Stars Dance tour to take time off. The Australian leg was dropped right after the holidays as the entertainer suggested she needed time for her. Many media outlets claimed she was dealing with Lupus. On Saturday according to Disney Dreaming the return of “Jelena” was made official. Yep, it appears that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have gotten back together.

Now fans are wondering if Lupus had anything to do with Justin Bieber returning into her life. Feeling bad after reading the headlines, the entertainers might have wanted to try again and needed time. Other media reports of Justin Bieber retiring are part of this puzzle. What is happening with Justin and Selena?

Selena Gomez’s holidays were filled with pictures of the star holding her youngest sister, but the latest look at her riding Segways with Justin Bieber reveal the rekindled relationship just didn’t happen overnight. Selena Gomez rumors about meeting Justin Bieber have been heard in Hollywood for over a week, but the fans were the first to prove it was true by posting pictures of the couple riding around. Some rumors last year hinted that the breakup might not have been real - with reports of secret meetups.

According to the Mayo Clinic, Lupus patients have joint pain, stiffness, fatigue and fever. Add that it would be tough to ride a Segway with the chest pain or shortness of breath that would be felt. The symptoms are usually pretty standard so they wouldn’t just disappear overnight. That said, Hispanics are two or three times as likely to get Lupus according to Huffington Post and rumors of the disease were not solidly confirmed.

Perhaps this health excuse and time off was a chance for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez to get back together again? There’s nothing wrong with that, but is it a logical idea to cancel a leg of a tour needs with a medical excuse, as love just won’t cut it?

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