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Saturday 27 December 2014

Bieber 'not over Selena'

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 24:  Singer Justin Bieber performs at The Staples Center on June 24, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has thrilled his fans by revealing new music he is releasing will offer "an insight into his heart".

The Canadian heartthrob split from his long-term girlfriend at the end of last year, with the breakup coinciding with claims he had flirted with models at the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

They are thought to have reunited since then, but have now permanently ended their romance.

This morning Justin released his first new music in some time, a track called Heartbreaker. He spoke about what the new tune means to him and hinted that it is about Selena.

"It's a song for people going through heartbreak - like I was when I wrote it. It means so much to me to be able to share what I was, and still am, going through, with my fans. I'm very proud of this song and I hope it gives my fans some insight into my heart," he wrote to promote the track on iTunes.

Justin is releasing new tracks as part of his Music Mondays plan, which will see new songs made available by him at the start of the next ten weeks.

He has been discussing the plan a great deal on Twitter, where he also promised fans each track will teach them something about him.

"These songs are different. These are my #journals," he wrote. "Each week the songs get better #musicmondays (sic)"

Justin's fans have already reacted well to his new music. Many have taken to Twitter to express their excitement at the influx of new tracks by the 19-year-old, with some especially excited about getting to hear more about Justin's personal life.

"Calling it 'journals' is the best way to describe it all. When I listen to Heartbreaker I feel like I'm reading Justin's journal," one fan wrote, under the Twitter handle BieberPanda.

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