Justin Bieber is feeling super depressed over his split with Selena Gomez

2014-11-01 11:00

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber is reportedly "depressed" over his recent split from Selena Gomez.

The 20-year-old singer is believed to be heartbroken after the Come And Get It hitmaker rejected any of his advances to reignite their relationship.

A source told HollywoodLife.com: "Justin has been really depressed. Nothing he's doing so far to get Selena back is working and it's put him in a really dark place."

"He went to New York for a change of scene to try and find new perspective; he's hoping Selena will come and meet up with him."

Justin has shared a quote on Instagram, relating to what he might've missed in their relationship.

Don't miss what's right in front of you

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

The couple - who have been dating on-and-off since 2010 - most recently ended their relationship after Justin was spotted having lunch in Paris with model and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, Kendall Jenner.

The pair reportedly split because Selena was annoyed with her popstar boyfriend for flirting with other girls in front of her.

Meanwhile, Selena recently revealed that she had turned to celebrity pal Taylor Swift for support and advice, following her split from the Baby hitmaker.

A source explained: "Taylor wants Selena to at least try taking a year off dating. She thinks she should date herself for a while, take the time to get to know herself and appreciate herself.

"But she's not going to force it, she's trying to lead by example this time, instead of forcing her ideas down Selena's throat, she realises she can be kind of pushy and she's working on that." 

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