Justin Bieber trying to win Selena Gomez back

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. Bang Showbiz

SELENA Gomez has flown to New York City for crisis talks with Justin Bieber.

The 20-year-old 'Love You Like A Love Song' singer - who dumped the Canadian popstar last week because she felt she couldn't trust him - has reportedly agreed to meet him in Brooklyn ahead of his concert tonight (12.11.12) to discuss whether they have a future together.

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A source told the MailOnline: "It's not just over for Justin and Selena, whatever happens they have a lot to talk about.

"Their schedules have been packed but Selena has made tentative plans to see Justin in New York before his Brooklyn concert, she hasn't decided if she'll attend yet, but she's keen to talk... and so is he.

"They're both being a bit cagey and stubborn but they're desperate to see one another. This isn't new for them, they often have a tumultuous relationship. We all expect them to work it out."

The 18-year-old 'As Long As You Love Me' singer - who is said to be planning to do everything he can to win Selena back - confirmed he is not certain about the current status of his relationship.

He told US radio show Open House Party on Saturday (10.11.12): "I don't know what to say. I don't know what's going on in my life. To even assess that it doesn't make sense 'cause I have not made any comment."

But a source close to Justin revealed that he isn't upset because he thinks their break-up is simply a minor blip as they have split up numerous times in the past and gotten back together.

The source also dismissed rumours Justin has already moved on with 19-year-old Hungarian model Barbara Palvin despite Selena posting a picture of him with the model on her twitter.

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