Nov 10, 2016 09:20 AM EST

Why Justin Bieber Will Not Be Going At AMA's Ceremony? Selena Gomez Felt 'Relieved?'

Another report asserts that the "Reformed Bad Boy", Justin Bieber will not be going on American Music Award ceremony. As to Selena Gomez, It would be a relived as she's looking forward to her big comeback after her battle with lupus disease.

According to the report, "See You Love" singer, Justin Bieber will not be going on the American Music Award ceremony on November 20, 2016 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. It was reported that Justin will be having tour dates at Italy on the night of AMA's ceremony.  As to his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, it would such a relieved as the award-winning star considered the ceremony as her big comeback.

According to the source close to Selena, she said exclusively to a gossip site that "Selena Gomez is relieved that Justin has tour dates on the night of the AMAs and so she is considering a massive return to the spotlight during the award show. With Justin unlikely to make an appearance at the show there is less stress surrounding the event for Selena."

It was reported that the Teen Choice awardee actress considered AMA's ceremony as her big comeback for it will be her return in the front of the crowd after she was struggling in her battle against her health condition. As reportedly during his fight against lupus, Selena was only being spotted out having lunch with her family or going out to a store near her rehab center.

Furthermore, It was announced on "Good Morning America" show the nominees for American Music Award for 2016. The 24-year old star was nominated in the category of Favorite Female Artist, Pop/Rock and Artist of the Year. On the other hand, her ex-bae, Justin was also nominated as Artist of the Year, Video of the Year, Favorite Male Artist, Pop/Rock and Favorite Pop/Rock Song.

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