Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez may not be dating, but they seem to be perfectly in tune with one another.
In addition to embarking on world tours just weeks apart, Bieber and Gomez have both fallen on stage just days apart.
"Not even a week after Justin Bieber fell off the stage during a concert in Canada, his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, takes a tumble,” Entertainment Tonight reported on Monday. "During the Tulsa, Oklahoma, leg of her Revival World Tour, the 23-year-old singer slipped and fell while performing 'Kill Em With Kindness.’”
Of course, the fall was caught on camera by a number of audience members, who graciously shared their candid clips on Twitter.
— Selena Gomez News (@selenagomezecu_) June 20, 2016
"First fall on the whole damn tour, can you believe it in Tulsa?!" she said, laughing. "Well, I'll be damned.”
Selena Gomez is the only person who can fall in front of thousands of people & still be cutepic.twitter.com/b915Y4dGqh — rene bean (@serenamaria) June 20, 2016
Gomez and Bieber haven’t been in an official relationship since late 2012, but in the years since, they have been in touch and according to a recent report, Gomez wishes Bieber tried harder to keep her.
“Justin is so passionate for his work, so passionate when it comes to not doing any photos with fans, so passionate when it comes to gloating he didn’t get hurt when he got in his latest fight. But he was never passionate in keeping Selena’s heart and she hates that she wasn’t important enough for him to make what they had work,” a source told Hollywood Life earlier this month.
“She wishes he would have fought for her like he fights for everything else in his life, with passion. And the fact she thinks she never got that from him makes her always go back and want to help him and that is also why she will always be there for him,” the source explained.
While Gomez allegedly has lingering feelings for her ex-boyfriend, he has been spending time with Nicola Peltz in recent weeks and earlier this month, he and the actress were spotted together in Canada.