Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Sneak Out Together: 5 Other Sneaky Hollywood Couples

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Sneak Out Together: 5 Other Sneaky Hollywood Couples

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Justin Bieber at Sentul International Convention Center in West Java, Indonesia.

Shhhhh!!!!! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez don't want the world to know that he still wants to be her boyfriend.

The teenage super-couple made major headlines last weekend with the shocking news that their young love didn't last. Unfortunately the reports of the demise of their super cute coupling may have been a bit premature. Rather than going their separate ways, the youngsters decided to have a mid-week hookup in Los Angeles to help rekindle the flame.

TMZ has been keeping close tabs on the twosome to make sure the world is well-informed of their comings and goings. The site was able to capture the ultra sneaky kiddos sneaking their way into the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. They may have arrived separately, but reportedly spent their time inside the A-List hangout canoodling and carrying on.

They are hardly the first celebrities to embrace their sneaky side when it comes to love. Here are some of the sneakiest celebrity couples in recent years:

Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders: She may be happily walking the red carpet with her on-again boyfriend Robert Pattinson to promote their new film, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" these days, but a few months ago Kristen was caught cuddling up to her "Snow White & The Huntsman" director. Rob quickly kicked her cheating butt out of their Hollywood home and she issued a public apology. Fast forward a few months and the couple have made up just in time to promote their highly anticipated holiday blockbuster.

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian: The country singer and the actor had a good reason to keep their relationship secret in 2009 -- they were both married to other people! After meeting on the set of the TV film "Northern Lights," the couple embraced their sneaky side while keeping the love going in Los Angeles. It wasn't until the paparazzi captured photos of the couple kissing in a bar that his now ex-wife, Brandi Glanville, and her now ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, were let in on the secret. Both couples would ultimately call it quits leaving LeAnn and Eddie free to find their own happy ending. They were married in a private ceremony in April 2011. To show their eternal commitment to each other, they renewed their vows in 2012.

Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr: The Australian actor and his supermodel wife were able to do the impossible - keep their wedding a secret. After dating for more than two years, they announced their engagement in June 2010. They didn't waste a moment when it came to planning for the wedding and tied the knot in a private ceremony less than a month later minus any Hollywood hoopla. Their son Flynn made his grand arrival six months later.

Janet Jackson and Rene Elizondo Jr.: Forget about keeping the wedding a secret, Janet Jackson kept her marriage under wraps for eight years. In order to keep the marriage a secret from her father and from her fans, the couple pretended to be close friends throughout their relationship. He even lent her a helping hand for that famous Rolling Stone cover in which a mystery man (her husband) covers up her naked breasts from behind. He ultimately filed for divorce in 2000 and made the marriage public while suing her for millions.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: They fell for each other on the set of the 2004 film, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," but had to deal with the minor annoyance that he was already married to actress Jennifer Aniston. While they maintain that they were only "good friends" until after Pitt split from his wife of five years, the couple quickly picked up where they left off stepping out publicly a few months later. They have gone on to become parents to a brood of six kids and are currently planning their wedding.

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