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Selena Gomez's 'Back to You' music video is 100 per cent about Justin Bieber

The viddy is basically feat. Justin Bieber (if you squint).

By Emma Baty

When Selena Gomez released her song Back To You last month, everyone came to the same conclusion: this is 100 percent about Justin Bieber. The proof was apparent, especially when you consider the lyrics talk about returning to a past love, and Selena and Justin briefly rekindled their romance earlier this year.

Selena just released the music video for the song, and it is a totally fun rom com-esque four minutes and 27 seconds.

The video follows Selena and a mystery man, who almost kind of looks like Justin (if you squint), as they go on an adventure to steal a car. Here's the male character:

The video has subtitles like an old school movie, and the characters talk throughout but the music is playing instead of any audio, so you can only figure out what they're saying by reading.

"Where are we going?" The guy asks after they steal the car. Selena responds by naming countries like Italy and France, which you definitely can't get to by car. Selena plays herself in the video, but she's supposed to be unrecognizable in a short wig. The male lead even comments on it.

The rest of the video shows the two stopping in a meadow to take polaroids of each other, taking videos, eating apples in a field, etc., all while Selena is singing about love.

The adventure starts to go sour as the two find a wanted poster with their faces on it, while Selena sings, "I wanna hold you when I'm not supposed to/When I'm lying close to someone else/You're stuck in my head and I can't get you out of it/If I could do it all again/I know I'd go back to you."

Watch the full video to see what happens.