Sep 09, 2017 08:50 AM EDT By Lindsay Cronin

Justin Bieber And Kourtney Kardashian: They Attend Church Amid After Romance? [VIDEO]

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Kourtney Kardashian and Justin Bieber were linked to one another for over a year and earlier this week, amid Kardashian's new romance with Younes Bendjima, the rumored ex-couple was seen attending church in Los Angeles.

According to a new report, the 38-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star brought her friend Larsa Pippen with her to the service and was seen rocking some very sparkly disco pants as she arrived to the venue. Meanwhile, Bieber was sporting a Beatles T-shirt that appeared to be homemade.

"The reality star brought pal Larsa Pippen along on the outing, and seemed to be seeking some guidance in the wake of the news that Scott Disick was hospitalized in mid-August amid his out of control partying," X17 Online revealed to readers on September 7.

As the outlet revealed, Kardashian's former boyfriend, Scott Disick, who is also the father of her three kids, Mason, 7, Penelope, 5, and Reign, 2, recently suffered a health scare and psychiatric hold but the incident hasn't slowed him down. In fact, he was seen out with Kim Kardashian and Jonathan Cheban just days ago in New York City.

“He’s been really good. He was just in Vegas and didn’t drink. When he felt like he was about to slip, he would call friends who talked him off the edge," an insider revealed to People magazine after news of his hospitalization was shared.

“He was definitely spiraling for a while, but he got fed up with himself and was over his own stupid behavior,” the source added.

Months ago, it was reported that Disick's wild behavior was prompted by her new romance with Bendjima.

“Every time that he feels rejected by Kourtney, he behaves like this,” another source said. “It’s his excuse to party again.”

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