Justin Bieber Spotted Leaving Hillsong's Conference in Sydney With Hailey Baldwin
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The 'Never Say Never' crooner and his rumored girlfriend were photographed leaving Allphones Arena in Sydney together in matching outfits on Monday night, June 29.

AceShowbiz - %cJustin Bieber% was spotted leaving Hillsong Church's spirituality conference held at the Allphones Arena in Sydney together with his rumored girlfriend %cHailey Baldwin% on Monday night, June 29. In some photos obtained by Mail Online, the rumored couple was seen walking side-by-side while chatting along.

Justin and Hailey wore matching outfits. The "Beauty and a Beat" crooner donned a green short-sleeved hoodie paired with a white tee while the 18-year-old model sported a green jacket and a white top with her hair tied in a ponytail.

Earlier in the day, Justin posted on Instagram a photo of him in similar hoodie and top paired with ripped jeans. His blonde hair was slicked back. "#breakthrough #hello," he captioned it.

#breakthrough #hello

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A spokesperson for Hillsong tells Mail Online that Justin is attending the conference as a delegate not as a performer. "People come from across the world to Sydney each year to attend Hillsong Conference," the spokesperson says, "Justin is here - like tens of thousands of others - as a delegate who is seeking to build stronger foundations into his life."

When asked about Hailey's involvement in Justin's visit, the spokesperson replies, "I'm not aware of that name... Anyone is welcome to come. The conference is open to everyone." The spokesperson says they "don't make a big deal [out of celebrities]" when asked if young church goers would be welcome to take selfie with the "Baby" hitmaker.

"The purpose of the conference is to honor God, and our hope for all attending is that their lives are enriched," the spokesperson adds.

Justin is the guest of college dropout-turned-preacher Pastor Carl Lentz, who baptized the singer in a bathtub back in June 2014. Carl tells The Daily Telegraph of the "Boyfriend" crooner, "He's on a journey. If he's not doing good, should we abandon him? He's here just trying to be a regular kid."

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