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'It Worked Out'

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One thing is for sure - Justin Bieber wasn't too afraid that his new wife, Hailey Baldwin, would say no to his proposal.

While visiting with Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show, Bieber opened up about his relationship with the TV personality and model.

"I felt like in the past we talked about me asking the question and I felt like she would say 'yes' so I wasn't really nervous about the saying 'yes' thing."

"I'm glad it worked out because she's an amazing, amazing, amazing person. She's super precious. I enjoy spending my life with her," he went on.

He also hints that his new song "Yummy," is about his sex life.

Follow-Through Is Always Good

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What really concerned him, apparently, was whether he could stay faithful to her.

"I think I was more nervous about...am I able to make this commitment as a man and be able to honor what I say because that's a serious commitment when you say you're going to love someone for better or worse. And be faithful...am I able to do that?"

He also said he made the decision to "follow through" with his proposal

Baldwin's Thoughts On the Matter

Meanwhile, Baldwin says that when he proposed to her, she called her parents and gave them a warning: "This is the time I need you to stop me from doing something crazy if you think this is a bad idea," as Insider reports.

That was revealed in the fourth episode of the "Yummy" YouTube docuseries about Bieber's life called "Justin Bieber: Seasons."

"In my heart I knew that's what I wanted to do," she recalls thinking.

She must have been glad when her parents gave her their blessing:

"Honestly, we think that this is meant to be for you and we know that this is what you want, so we trust you."

Bieber's 'Changes' Will Be Here Before You Know It

According to Billboard, Bieber's new album will be called Changes, and follows 2015's Purpose. It's set to drop through RBMG / Def Jam Recordings.

Last week, Bieber held a private listening event in LA -- with him were Baldwin, Def Jam chairman Paul Rosenberg, and longtime manager Scooter Braun.

"Yummy" peaked at Number 2 on Billboard's Hot 100." If you go to Target to get your Changes, you can buy a collectors' edition CD, which will have one of two foldout posters - Tiger Beat style.

Get Him Feb. 14

Clearly he's happy, since he just announced his new album will drop on Valentine's Day, and he's set to kick off his tour which begins in May and wraps in September. Those tickets go on sale Feb. 14 as well.

His song "Get Me," a duet he shares with Kehlani, was just released this week, and has already logged 1.4 million views on YouTube.

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