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Justin Bieber Talks About Football Date With Selena Gomez, Calling Her 'Sweetheart'

November 3, 2010 (9:45 am) GMT
During his last visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 16-year-old star shares his outing with the Disney beauty at a high school football game, calling it 'weird' since no one bothered him at all.

has again visited "". During his appearance for Wednesday, November 3 episode, Justin talked about his football date with Disney beauty . "It was weird. No one bothered me at all," Justin said of his outing with Selena in Moorpark, California on Friday, October 29.

"We were at a high school game and (Selena) came too. It was the weirdest thing. She's sweet. She's a sweetheart," Justin went on. At that time, the "Baby" hitmaker and Selena joined and his father as they all watched the football game of Will's oldest son Willard C. Smith III aka Trey.

During his chat with , Justin also revealed that despite his grueling schedule, he still likes to spend his time for a date or two. "(It's) very hard but, you know, it happens. I like to hang out with girls and date and stuff like every other 16-year-old."

Justin, who has previously admitted that Selena is his type, also recently had another date with the "" actress at Menchies Frozen Yogurt in Hollywood, California on Monday, November 2. A source at Menchies told Zack Taylor, "They looked really cute together, and even ordered the same thing."

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Watching Trey's Football Game:

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