50 concerts hit: Justin Bieber interrupts his world tour again
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50 concerts have been affected
Justin Bieber interrupts his world tour again
10/07/2022 02:56 AM
The problems surrounding Justin Bieber and his world tour don’t end. After the pop star had already postponed dates in September, he now has to take this step again. About 50 concerts, also in Germany, are affected. Bieber struggles with extreme exhaustion.
Pop star Justin Bieber’s world tour, ravaged by postponements and cancellations, is interrupted again. All concerts scheduled until the end of March should be postponed to a later date, the Canadian singer’s tour website states Thursday (local time). No specific reason for the delay was given.
In September, Bieber interrupted his world tour for health reasons. Six concerts in Europe would have asked a lot of him and at a performance in Rio de Janeiro he gave everything for the Brazilian population, Bieber wrote on Instagram in early September. “After coming off the stage, I got exhausted and realized that I have to make my health a priority right now,” the singer continued.
Bieber revealed in June that he had Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which left his face partially paralyzed. He then canceled several scheduled US concerts on the Justice World Tour in June and July.
Bieber would appear five times in Germany
The latest postponement has consequences for more than 50 planned concerts in Japan, Australia, Thailand, Portugal, France, England, Sweden and Poland, among others. Five performances are also postponed in Germany. These were scheduled for 2023 in Hamburg (January 16), Cologne (January 31), Frankfurt (February 2), Berlin (February 4) and Munich (March 9).
Ramsay Hunt syndrome is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox, according to the Mayo Clinic website. The syndrome is an outbreak of shingles that affects the facial nerve near one ear and can lead to unilateral facial paralysis and hearing loss.