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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Celebrate Kids’ Choice Awards With Dinner and Bowling Date

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Our favorite teen celebrity couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez celebrated their Kids’ Choice Awards 2012 wins with a romantic dinner date then some bowling, according to Hollywood Life.

An eyewitness said that the couple looked “obviously in love.” Yes, we know they are, but it’s still good to hear it, instead of more talk of celebrity couples breaking up, isn’t it?

But what we really want to know is, who is better at bowling: Justin or Selena? You’ll soon find out, after more about their date.

The two went for a romantic dinner at Japanese restaurant Benihana, a place they often dine at.

Then it was on to bowling at LA’s Brunswick Matador Bowl.

An eye witness said,

“They were very much enamored with each other, and when they weren’t bowling they were kissing, laughing, holding hands and hugging. They are obviously in love.”

Too right!

So how closely was the eye witness watching? Who was better at getting the pins down? Apparently it got competitive in a friendly way, but it was Selena who did better.

“She was getting most of the pins down, and at one point she got a strike,” the source told Hollywood Life.

But now, Justin wasn’t being a gentleman and letting her win. He was trying to win but she still beat him.

Neither seemed bothered because apparently they kissed and hugged after every roll.

Now tell me Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez aren’t just the cutest celebrity couple around.

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