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Justin Bieber sparks romance rumours in London

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Justin Bieber sparks romance rumours in London

Justin Bieber is rumoured to be enjoying a new romance after he was spotted drinking with one of his backing dancers in London.

The Baby star was most recently linked to British blogger Jayde Pierce after they were photographed on vacation together in Bora Bora, French Polynesia.

However, Justin has now sparked fresh speculation about his love life after he was pictured getting close to dancer Elysandra Quinones during an outing to a bar in the British capital on Wednesday night (21Oct15).

Justin and his team headed to The Square Pig & Pen in Holborn hours after arriving in the U.K. ahead of a promotional tour for the singer's upcoming album Purpose.

In the pictures, Justin and Elysandra are shown drinking and laughing together, while one shot appears to show them cuddling as the dancer whispers in his ear.

The pair has worked together for several years and Elysandra has previously said of the singer, "He's super cool. We have a prayer every night before the show and then we do like a chant, a group chant."

Justin's holiday with Jade hit headlines following the publication of pictures which showed him walking around outside his villa naked, and the pop star recently revealed he felt "super violated" after the snaps appeared online.

"My first thing was like... how can they do this? Like, I feel super violated," he told U.S. TV show Access Hollywood. "Like, I feel like I can't step outside and feel like I can go outside naked. Like, you should feel comfortable in your own space... especially that far away."

Justin is preparing to launch his new album next month (Nov15) and is hoping to capitalise on the huge success of his last single What Do You Mean?, which gave him his first number one in both the U.S. and U.K.

The record is due for release on 13 November (15), the same day his rivals One Direction unveil their latest album, Made in the A.M., sparking a pop chart war.

- Cover Media