Selena Gomez has a lot going on right now: She’s promoting a new movie. She’s designing swimsuits. She’s throwing pitches for charity. Oh, and she’s removing all traces of ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber from her Instagram profile.
This weekend, dedicated fans of the “Come and Get It” singer noticed that she made a significant edit to her own profile. Sometime while she and other celebrities were raising $2.5 million for Children’s Mercy hospital in Kansas City this weekend, she took a few seconds to delete a March 2018 birthday post dedicated to Bieber.
At the time it was posted, Gomez’s birthday tribute signified that she and Bieber had officially rekindled their on-again, off-again relationship. In the post, Gomez laughs while balancing a photograph of Bieber on her forehead. “March 1, 1994 someone I knew that happens to be super cool was born. Boom,” she captioned the picture. They broke up a few weeks later—permanently. He married Hailey Baldwin in September.
Until this weekend, the birthday post had been situated between a teaser for Gomez’s Coach collaboration and a shot from her Harper’s Bazaar cover. Now, it’s missing from the grid.
Gomez and Bieber had a tumultuous relationship spanning several years, with many breakups and makeups in between. The last time they were reported to be an item, they had reconciled in November 2017.
Gomez hasn’t publicly mentioned the break-up since its end last spring. Bieber, however, has directly addressed fans who question his past and current relationship. In a comment on a fan’s Instagram account, he addressed rumors that he married Hailey Baldwin as an affront to Gomez. “I absolutely loved and love Selena she will always hold a place in my heart, but I am head over heels in love with my wife and she is absolutely the BEST THING that has ever happened to me period.”
Now that Gomez has officially wiped Justin Bieber from her social media, she can move on to more important projects. See: Her Cannes-approved turn hunting zombies in The Dead Don’t Die, out later this year.
Halie LeSavage is a contributing writer at Glamour. Follow her @halielesavage.