Justin Bieber changed his wild ways after receiving message from 'a voice'

Justin Bieber is changing his recent "wild" ways because of what he's calling a message from "a voice."

The 21-year-old phenom revealed the news in a radio interview with The Bert Show in December. "I'm not super religious or anything but I just heard a voice and was like, 'You know what? I'm going to change my life around. I'm going to switch up some things and put some stuff together,'" the "Sorry" singer said adding he was "pretty lost and woke up one day."

The Canadian singer recently opened up about his troubled past.

The past year was a controversial one for the Stratford native. There was the now infamous nude shot of him that was snapped while he was on vacation in Bora Bora, last minute show cancelations, as well as speculation that he hooked up with Kourtney Kardashian, something he discussed in the spot.

"She's great," Justin said of the 36-year-old. "I've known [the family] for years." When pressed about whether the pair were in fact in a relationship he replied, "Nah, we'll leave it at that."

The interview happened shortly after the star released his latest album Purpose -- it's his sixth number one record on the Billboard 200 chart. Despite the 'Love Yourself' singer's newfound outlook on life he admitted that he'll never be perfect.

The star admits that even with his fresh outlook, he is still going to make mistakes. Photo © Getty Images

"I'm still going to make mistakes," he explained. "You might see me on TMZ tomorrow doing something dumb. But I think what's cool about this growth is people can see it. I've made a transition and been consistent. Life is just about staying consistent and pushing forward. This day might suck but let me just look forward to tomorrow and better days to come in the future."

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