Selena Gomez and David Letterman found unexpected common ground last night: both have made Justin Bieber cry. When Gomez appeared on the Late Show With David Letterman to promote her new movie Spring Breakers, the host asked if she's seeing anyone. "No, not yet," she replied. Then Letterman mentioned Bieber, her ex-boyfriend, who he's had as a guest on the show. "The last time he was on, we got into a conversation, and he said something, and I said something, and he said something, and I said something, and I made him cry," Letterman said. Gomez didn't miss a beat: "Well then, that makes two of us," she replied, as Letterman cracked up.
Bieber has had plenty to cry about lately: he turned 19 in London on what he called his "worst birthday," angered fans by showing up two hours late to perform at London's O2 Arena, fainted backstage during another show at the venue and got into a screaming match with paparazzi the next day. Then he canceled one of two shows in Lisbon, Portugal, reportedly over slow ticket sales.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Selena Gomez and David Letterman on Making Justin Bieber Cry