Source: Justin Bieber NOT Planning To ‘Surprise’ Selena Gomez At AMAs

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Oct. 23 2016, Updated 5:57 a.m. ET

The claim that Justin Bieber is planning to “surprise” Selena Gomez and “win her back” by showing up at the 2014 American Music Awards is false, a source tells the Inquisitr.

Selena will be performing her new single “The Heart Wants What It Wants” live for the first time during the show.

Hollywood Life alleges Bieber is “planning to surprise Selena at the awards to try and win her back.”

The gossip website, which is notorious for swamping the news cycle with ridiculous and frequently contradictory stories — and which Gomez previously described as “never true” — claims an insider said Bieber, “feels like that’s the only thing that will make him happy.”

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According to this so-called source, the 20-year-old Canadian recently returned from a brief break in Rancho Mirage, near Palm Springs, to carry out his grand gesture at the AMAs.

“He came back to LA because he wants to see Selena,” the alleged mole claims.

“He’s even talking about showing up at the AMA’s to see her. No one on his team thinks that’s a good idea but Justin’s going to do what he wants to do.”

It is also claimed Bieber is “struggling big time,” but is “convinced” that if he sees Gomez “they can work it out. But so far she’s shutting him out completely.”

However, despite Hollywood Life’s seemingly never-ending supply of sources with access to Bieber and Gomez, the claim that the “Confident” singer plans to have a showdown with Selena at the AMAs is pure fiction.

An insider close to Bieber’s team, tells the Inquisitr, “Justin will not be attending this year’s AMAs, and has no plans to ‘surprise’ anyone at the event.”

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