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Selena Quits Hollywood & Plotting Move To Australia After Bombshell Bieber Breakup

Apr. 5 2018, Published 9:53 a.m. ET

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Moving Down Under!

Selena Gomez's world was falling apart, and sources tell RadarOnline.com exclusively she's now plotting a move to Australia!

“Selena is ready for a big change in her life, and nothing is keeping her in America at this point."

As fans know, the pop tart's relationship with her mom Mandy is rocky, and pals insist Justin Bieber is out of the picture for good.

"Selena has always loved Australia and thinks it would be a cool place to live. She has lots of fans and friends there and really enjoys the vibe in Sydney."

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She was convinced it would be the best thing to quit Hollywood and go somewhere new, "even if it’s only for a couple of years," snitched the informant.

"She’s talking very seriously about starting afresh and can totally picture herself having a great time in Australia.”

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As Radar previously reported exclusively, Gomez, 25, and The Biebs, 24, broke things off in February because she was feeling “smothered” by him.

They were last spotted looking lovey-dovey last month when the two took a romantic vacation to Jamaica together. However, a source said that the relationship quickly went downhill when they returned.

“Selena just felt like Justin was smothering her all the time and she could not deal with his constant questioning,” the insider said at the time.

But Bieber forced himself into Gomez’s life again after she went through a kidney transplant. “Selena just does not have time to worry about all of this right now because she has bigger issues to deal with,” the source noted.

Since the split, Bieber was also caught canoodling with new mystery blonde Baskin ChampionPatrick Schwarzenegger‘s girlfriend’s sister.

Meanwhile, Gomez was battling with substance abuse and checked into rehab in January at a New York area treatment center. Sources explained to Radar at the time that those close to her were afraid of a drug relapse.

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