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Justin Bieber wanted to propose in Central Park

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Justin Bieber wanted to propose to his future wife in Central Park.

The 20-year-old singer had his sights set on popping the question to his beau in the famous spot in Manhattan, New York City, but he's since changed his mind.

The troubled star posted a picture on his Instagram account yesterday (04.26.14) of himself in the urban park.

He accompanied the snap with the caption: "Was gonna wait to go to Central Park for when I proposed to my future wife but sh*t sometimes things change. I'll think of something more romantic. (sic)."

The cryptic post comes just a few weeks after Justin's on/off girlfriend Selena Gomez ended their relationship after she became infuriated with his closeness to Kylie Jenner at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival.

A source said previously: "Selena is convinced something has gone on between Justin and Kylie.

"At Coachella they looked to be back on track. Selena was hanging out with Kylie too and they were behaving like best friends.

"Then she heard stuff about Justin and Kylie and felt totally betrayed. She went berserk and called it all off again."

Selena, who has been romantically linked to Justin for three years, has now decided to channel her emotions into religion as she's determined to stay out of rehab after her brief three-week stint earlier this year.

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