Justin Bieber, A Date Night Planning Pro

   By drodriguez  Sep 26, 2011

Justin Bieber has yet to reach his 18th birthday, but this doesn’t mean he’s lacking skills in the date night planning department. The teeny bopper heart throb gave girlfriend, Selena Gomez, a surprise she won’t soon forget last Friday with an intimate dinner and movie at a place he has come very familiar with performing at – the Staples Center.

TMZ reports about the special evening from start to finish and how Gomez was truly surprised.  First, Gomez and Bieber took in a Demi Lovato concert at the neighboring Nokia arena.  After the concert Gomez followed Bieber through the tunnel that connects Nokia to Staples where she found a dimly lit 20,000 seat arena completely empty with a table set for two on the floor. The couple then chowed on steak and pasta before taking in a viewing of the romantic classic, Titanic, on the arena’s giant screen.

Though Bieber pulled off the date night plans without Gomez cathing on, he alluded earlier to fans that he had something in store for her when he Tweeted on Friday, “romance isn’t dead. Treat your lady right fellas.”

Most of us can’t afford a date night like Bieber and Gomez’s (though it is being reported that Bieber got a freebie from Staples for filling their arena three times during past performances), but many of us know that romance can be as simple and inexpensive as a picnic dinner on the living room floor.

What do you think of Justin Bieber's surprise date night for Selena Gomez?

If you had all the money in the world, would this be too much or just right?


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bluesubaru by bluesubaru | FAIRMONT, WV
Sep 29, 2011

my favorites were when my boyfriend always cooked for me. I think it is super sweet when a man cooks for his women. I remember the little apartment and eating pan fried steak and drinking some tea. those were great nights.

jemappel by jemappel | Rye Brook, NY
Sep 27, 2011

it weirds me out that they're 17 (or however old they exactly are) and doing these extravagant things. If this is your life at 17, what is next? It's also weird that people are focused on the love life of a 17-yr-old...it seems creepy to me.

Mannab by Mannab | Shelbiana, KY
Sep 27, 2011

I'm sure they had a great date but a really romantic dinner doesn't have to be expensive. Spending time with the person your with and a gesture from the heart should be enough.

cccopeland88 by cccopeland88 | Barre, VT
Sep 26, 2011

You really don't need to go out and spend a whole bunch of money on a dinner. I enjoy staying home and spending quality alone time with my boyfriend. We shut off our cell phones, discuss what we want to have for dinner; look through the house for what we have to eat and from there make a list. We go to the grocery store and pick up food, usually a pasta or a meat. We go home, open a bottle of wine and cook TOGETHER, alone and it's quality bonding time where no one can interrupt us and it's the best feeling in the world.

shardesty by shardesty | Valparaiso, IN
Sep 26, 2011

i can't stand that every website i go to people are talking about this kid. not all of us have the bieber fever and want to hear about him 24/7. if i wanted an up date on him i would go to disneychannel.com