Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez enjoyed a romantic date on Friday night (20.06.14) and went to see 'Think Like A Man' at the cinema after enjoying an expensive steak dinner in Los Angeles.
The on-again, off-again couple - who first started dating in 2010 - were spotted leaving upmarket steak restaurant Mastro's in Beverly Hills, California after rekindling their relationship again earlier this month.
Following their expensive meal, the 'Confident' hitmaker, 20, whisked the brunette beauty, 21, to the cinema at the nearby Westfield Century City mall, where they went to see the new comedy, 'Think Like A Man,' according to the MailOnline.
The 'Spring Breakers' actress was spotted wrapping her arm around the Canadian star's back, as they followed two bodyguards out of the theatre after the screening.
The newly-reunited couple have been inseparable over the past few days, spending time in a recording studio together and at a bible study class on Wednesday (18.06.14), where a source said they appeared ''smitten'' with one another.
The eyewitness said: ''They were very lovey dovey and cute. They came and left together with a few friends
''They sat next to each other and listened to the sermon and were smitten with each other.''
Justin won back the 'Come & Get It' singer, who sought treatment in rehab in January, back after vowing to curb his wild ways and recently presented Selena with a £6,000 Segway in a bid to prove they could have ''good, clean fun'' together.
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