Justin Bieber is getting 'back to work'

JUSTIN Bieber is getting "back to work".  

The 'Boyfriend hitmaker - who released his last studio album 'Believe' in 2012 - has revealed he is set to start working on "overdue" new music following a break with his on-off girlfriend Selena Gomez in St Martin.   

He wrote on picture sharing site Instagram last night(27.09.14): "I've been on this break for too long. #newmusic #back2work #vacationtimesup #longoverdue."  

The 20-year-old singer first hinted that he would be returning to the recording studio earlier this week when he perforated tissue in his ear after leaping off a cliff.  

Justin broke the news of his painful injury to his 55.1 million followers on Twitter but quickly reassured fans it wouldn't have any long-term effects on his career.   

He said: "Busted my ear drum cliff diving. Doc says might need surgery now. Sucks. (sic).  

"My ear drum might back us up a little but I'm still bringing you this new music. Much love. Damn u cliff diving! (sic)."  

Meanwhile, it appears the singer is keen to turn over a new leaf following a number of run ins with the law over the past year, and has even given up alcohol and ditched junk food in the hope of boosting his career.  

A source said previously: "Justin has been boasting to his friends about his new healthy lifestyle.  

"He no longer drinks and has stopped eating junk food, too. He's had a difficult few months and is hoping that this will give him a fresh start."



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