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The singer is said to have included the message to help Justin remember the "good times" of their romance.
Justin Bieber was reportedly "blown away" by Selena Gomez's decision to include an old voice-mail message from him on her new song 'Love Will Remember'.
The 'Come & Get It' singer unveiled the new track this week to promote her album 'Stars Dance', and fans immediately speculated that the message included within the song was from her ex-boyfriend Justin.
"It was after they broke up and she told him she wanted him to remember the better times," a source told E! News this week. "Justin was blown away by it."
The message in question, which is still to be confirmed as Justin Bieber's voice, reads: "Hey baby it's me. I just wanted to call and tell you that I love you so, so, so, so much.
"I just wanted to let you know that you are my princess," the message continues. "You are worthy of all the love in the world, you are the love of my life."
Check out a picture of Selena Gomez arriving back in the US this week after a visit to Europe below (Credit: WENN):
It is reported that the message was an old voice-mail from Justin left on Selena's phone and that she told him about including it on 'Love Will Remember' back in Valentine's Day as a Valentine's Day gift.
Justin Bieber is also preparing to release a new song called 'Heartbreaker' which is widely rumoured to be about his relationship with Selena.
Selena Gomez releases new album 'Stars Dance' on 22nd July.