Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. Picture: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Justin Bieber has posted an intimate picture with Selena Gomez, prompting fans to speculate whether the former celebrity couple are back on again.

The 19-year-old singer further fuelled rumours he has reconciled with Gomez, 21, by posting a dark snap of them on Instagram with the caption: "Love the way you look at me".

The brunette beauty is shown with her arm wrapped around Bieber and a smile on her face while the Baby hitmaker captured the moment.

The pair originally dated for two years until breaking up at the start of 2013, but are said to have spent New Year together in Mexico and were pictured riding Segways near Bieber's house in Calabasas, California several days ago.

One Twitter user posted a photo of the duo on their unusual transport, adding they managed to hold up traffic in the exclusive suburb.

"Bieber and Selena segwaying in the Oaks. She was so nice, so he yelled at us. Shoutout to justinbieber for holding up all the traffic in the Oaks. Grow up," the tweet read. Representatives for both stars declined to comment on the sighting.

While promoting his new album Journals, Bieber recently admitted he wrote his best music after having his heart broken and still had feelings for Gomez.

"The break-up affected us, especially when we are in front of so many people. It's such a public thing," Bieber told a US radio host.

"It's just hard for the both of us. But you know, she's a great woman. I love her till this day."

Gomez cancelled a number of tour dates at the end of last year as she has reportedly been suffering from autoimmune disease lupus, and friends said she was in a "bad place".

"Dealing with her break-up from Justin has still been affecting her and she's been in a bit of a bad place recently," a source said.

"Her family stepped in and basically advised her to either go to therapy or stay with them so they could watch over her. Her team agreed that family time would be best."

The West Australian

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