Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez wants to support Justin Bieber through his rough timeGetty

Selena Gomez is concerned about former boyfriend, Canadian singer Justin Bieber. The 21-year-old singer had a series of meltdowns which included walking out of an interview and also storming off stage during a concert.

The Baby hitmaker is also apparently worried about his upcoming album Purpose. A source told Hollywood Life: "Selena is worried about Justin. She reached out to his mom and left him a message letting him know she's only a phone call away. She thinks the pressure of the new album is getting to him and wants to reassure him that his true success as a human being is not dependent on the success of his album."

"She wishes someone was with him to help him get some perspective," the insider added. "She knows how much this album means to him, but thinks he's putting way too much pressure on himself with such black-and-white thinking that this is either a fresh start or the end of his career."

In an interview with Elle, the former Disney star talked about her relationship with Bieber. She said: "I'll forever support him and love him in a way that.... We grew up together. I think people want it to be different. We're too young for that. Nobody was married. There was no.... I respect him. And I think he respects me, in a healthy manner."

After splitting with the Boyfriend hitmaker, the 23-year-old Come And Get It singer has been linked with a number of celebrities including Russian-German music producer/DJ Zedd. Rumours that Gomez and the 25-year-old, whose real name is Anton Zaslavski, are dating started after they were spotted getting close at the Golden Globes after-party. She also posed for photographers, resting her head on Zedd's shoulder.

"Finding somebody is not my main focus. I've dated people. I've been on a few dates, which is really exciting. But I've never wanted to get into anything serious, because I kind of did that. I have my guard up. I like to meet people in organic settings. Hanging out with a group of people and meeting through mutual people," Gomez added. ​