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Justin Bieber Is Back: Justice World Tour Is Set To Resume This Month

Justin Bieber Is Back: Justice World Tour Is Set To Resume This Month


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Popular global singer Justin Beiber is set to resume his Justice World Tour on July 31 after a diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome forced him to postpone his North American tour dates early in June.

The 75 scheduled dates for this massive world tour will resume with a performance at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy, followed by the five dates in August in different cities in Europe, and then head to South America in September.

The tour continues in South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand before returning to Europe again in January through March. Meanwhile, there are still no updates on the rescheduled North American dates, but they seem likely to be rescheduled for next spring.

It can be remembered that on June 10, Bieber revealed on his Instagram account that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder, which has caused his face to have paralysis.

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome is caused by the chickenpox virus, which continues to lie dormant in a person after an initial infection and can reactivate as a shingles rash. After announcing the first round of canceled dates, Bieber said that he has done everything to get better, but his sickness is getting worse, so he needs to rest and get better. Five days later, the singer’s wife, Hailey Bieber, also told Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon that her husband is doing fine and will soon be totally okay.

Bieber’s mentor and long-time collaborator, Usher, also said that his mentee was doing great.

Bieber released his album ‘Justice’ last March 19, 2021 which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart making it his eight album to do so.

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