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Was Justin Bieber’s World Tour for Justice canceled due to health issues? Discover


Justin Bieber’s current Justice World Tour concert schedule has been officially cancelled. There hasn’t been an official statement from Bieber yet, but ticket sites like Ticketmaster have been updating about the canceled shows on their page. Other tour dates listed were also removed from Justin Bieber’s official website. It seems that fans are confused as to why Justin Bieber’s show has been canceled after it was previously postponed. Here’s what we know about the cancellation of Justin Bieber’s show.

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Justin Bieber’s World Tour for Justice

Shows in Poland, Australia, Arizona, Manchester, Australia, Ireland and Washington have been officially cancelled, while shows in Paris appear to still be on the move. AXS, the ticket provider for the show, also sent out emails to ticket holders advising them on the status of the show at the O2 Arena in London which has been cancelled, and refunds will be automatically credited to the ticket holders account within a few days. days. These shows were also earlier postponed.

Bieber has not made any announcements about canceling shows, but previously his Asian tour last November was canceled as he cited health issues as a reason for not moving forward. Justin Bieber revealed his diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome on social media after he canceled his Justice League tour due to illness. His right side is paralyzed and he can be seen struggling to move his nostrils or blinking or smiling on the right side of his face.

Justin Bieber later returned to the show and performed a series of concerts that were later cut short in Brazil. The singer said that after the performance he felt very exhausted and realized he needed to prioritize his health. Bieber went on to say that this is why he will take a break to “rest and get better”.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.