Justin Bieber Is Mad About Selena Gomez? Asks Her to Change Him

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By Sonalee singh | December 3, 2013 7:16 PM EST

It seems Justin Beiber is not leaving any stone unturned to tell his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez that he still has feelings for her. After pouring his heart out in the song "All That Matters" Justin Bieber has gone overtly emotional in his new single "Change Me."

Though Justin and Selena have been apart for over a year now, every song of the 19-year-old singer somehow indicates his love and feelings for Selena Gomez. In the song "Change Me" Justin seems to ask his lover to save him from his own devils. Listening to the song it is quite evident that Justin is asking Selena to change him.

In the song, Justin murmurs, "I don't want to be the same / Maybe you could change me."

Lately, "The Baby" singer has been getting into a slew of illegal activities. He was spotted in a brothel in Brazil, then the mayor of Australia tracked him down for spray painting graffiti on a hotel wall, then he offended his fans in Argentina by throwing their national flag on the stage (he apologized for it soon after).

During his European tour, Justin Bieber abandoned a pet monkey, arrived late for a London concert and got involved in a screaming match with paparazzi.

Justin was even spotted sleeping with a random Brazilian girl and there have been many occasions, when he had spent hours altogether in a strip club.

Justin's wild behavior has become quite intense since the time Selena Gomez declared that she is single and has no interest in dating anybody. It seems Justin is deeply hurt by the fact that Selena has no intention of getting back together with him.

Quite recently, Selena Gomez even confessed in a radio interview that she does not mind kissing a guy on the first date. In the radio interview with AMP, Gomez said: "It depends, you know? If he gets it, then he did something right,"

However, we still hope that Selena gets back with Justin and saves him from ruining his life and image. A slew of "Beliebers" believe Gomez might be able to save Justin from ruining his career.

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