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Justin Bieber gives up alcohol to try and save his career

23 September 2014, 07:56

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber has given up alcohol.

The 20-year-old hunk, who cannot legally buy alcohol in the US until he's 21, has decided to ditch booze and stay away from junk food in the hope of getting his music career back on track following a turbulent year.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "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."

The Canadian star, who has found himself in a number of legal issues recently, appears to have turned over a new leaf and has also decided to give his relationship with on/off girlfriend Selena Gomez, 21, another go.

Justin took to his Instagram account to mark the 'new beginning' with a picture of a fire place and the caption: "To start something new you have to stop something old.What are you living for? What is your calling? Set standards and boundaries #begreat"

It is also believed the singer has even asked the Come & Get It hitmaker, whom he first started dating in 2010, to move into to his apartment in Los Angeles with him.

A source said previously: "Selena and Justin are a hundred percent together right now, he's asked her to move in with him and she couldn't be happier."

- BangShowBiz


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