Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez did more on their recent Beverly Center mall shopping spree than share a hand smooch on the escalator. New details have now emerged about what Vogue Magazine's Most Stylish & Famous Hollywood Celebrity Couple did while they were on the loose in the Beverly Center.
On February 16, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez ran away to spend their day together at the mallÂ—just like any two ordinary teens in love. As always, Jelena made a picture perfect couple. JB sported a black tee-shirt and his seemingly ubiquitous winter "snow cap." (A baby blue one this time.) Selena wore an oversized purple bulky-knit sweater. According to eyewitnesses, the lovebirds explored the mall for a couple of hours "basically holding hands the entire time ...and looking very happy."
"They spent about 30 minutes at Forever 21 looking at different clothes," recalls an onlooker. "Selena was pointing out different styles to Justin. She didn't buy anything. She seemed to be more interested in just looking at the new arrivals."
"Justin and Selena came into Tiffany & Co. with their bodyguard," another eyewitness revealed. "Practically no one else was in the store, so they could just browse around casually. They didn't purchase anything but they were both very polite and well-mannered. They looked very much in love."
Obviously, Selena and the Biebs like to treasure their quiet alone time together. It's time when they can relax and revert to being just regular teenagers in love. Which is actually what they are. Or as Selena Gomez put it in last month's Cosmopolitan interview:
"If you're in love, you're in love to the fullest, and you just want to go to the movies, hang out, and be as normal as possible."
And as she later went on to explain, she's fortunate to have found someone with whom she can do just that.
Ain't love grand?
Â© Hope Carson 2012
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.