Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, has been forced to postpone his remaining US shows from his Justice World Tour as he continues recovering from a rare syndrome that has caused him facial paralysis.
A statement posted on social media indicates that he will resume his world tour at the end of next month in Italy with his final stop being in Poland on March 25 next year.
Justice Tour via Instagram:
With a heavy heart, it saddens us to make this announcement about the #justicetour. We are sending you lots of love and prayers for a speedy recovery 🤍 we are always here cheering you on @justinbieber pic.twitter.com/IwMMUv3oY0
— Justin Bieber Crew (@JBCrewdotcom) June 16, 2022
This marks the second time Bieber has had to postpone Justice Tour dates on account of his struggles with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Last week, Bieber disclosed that he was diagnosed with a virus that left half of his face paralyzed and forced him to cancel some upcoming performances to focus on recovery.
In a video posted on Instagram, Bieber said he had contracted Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which affected nerves in his ear and face. He noted that his right eye was not blinking, adding “I can’t smile on this side of my face. This nostril will not move. So there’s full paralysis on this side of my face.”
Bieber, 28, said he was physically unable to perform his upcoming shows but was doing facial exercises and expected to recover.
“It will go back to normal,” he said. “It’s just time, and we don’t know how much time that’s going to be.”
Bieber found fame as a 13-year-old and went on to become a global pop phenomenon with songs like “Baby” and “Believe.” He has two Grammy wins among 22 nominations, including a record and song of the year nods this year for “Peaches.”