Justin Bieber resumes Justice World tour after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

Singer Justin Bieber is preparing for the resumption of his overseas tour ‘Justice World Tour’.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Justin Bieber to reopen Justice Department soon

Justin Bieber announced via his Instagram account on Tuesday that he will be back for the Justin World Tour.

He announced that he will resume his tour at the end of July and will perform his first concert at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy on the 31st.

Additionally, the pop singer will visit five other European regions in August before leaving for South America in September.

What Do You Mean hitmaker resumes where it left off and flies to countries/regions such as South Africa, Middle East (including Dubai), Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Nevertheless, he will return to Europe in 2023 after completing the aforementioned performances.

According to the most recent update, the Bieber is expected to make a total of 75 tour stops so far. However, at this time there are no details on the postponed North American schedule.

Justin Bieber diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome

Justin Bieber announced earlier last month that he was battling a virus called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome.

The disease left him with partial facial paralysis. The 28-year-old musician has therefore had to cancel several shows, including performances in Toronto and New York City.

He told his Instagram followers, ‘So this side of my face is completely paralyzed. So for those of you who are frustrated with me canceling my next show, I just physically, obviously, don’t have the ability to do it. This is pretty serious as you can see.’

Peaches Crouner said, “It’s back to normal. [It will take] I don’t know how long it will take, but it will be fine. And I have hope, I trust in God, and I believe it’s all for a reason. Now I don’t know what it is. But in the meantime, I will rest.’

Thoree’s wife, Haley Bieber, spoke about Bieber’s recovery on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Show.

She mentioned that the baby singer was ‘doing well’. Referring to her mini-stroke and the singer’s diagnosis, she added that it was a ‘weird turn of events’.

The 25-year-old model said, ‘He’s fine and he’ll be completely fine.’



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