Justin Bieber News: After a Terrifying Scare With His Health, Justin Bieber Will Continue His “Justice World Tour”

Jeremy Caroll

It looks like Justin Bieber is ready to take his show on the road! The musician known for the song “I Don’t Care” is reportedly intending to continue his Justice World Tour by the end of this month. His representative also confirmed this information to Variety. AEG has reported this information.

Keep scrolling down to find out when Justin will begin his Justice World Tour again; the date will be revealed further down the page. In the past, he was faced with a significant health concern that forced him to delay the tour.

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When exactly will Justin begin the next leg of his “Justice World Tour”?

The singer best known for her work with the band Peaches will get back out on the road on July 31 to perform at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy. After that, he will continue to spread his magic on the Justice World Tour, which will take him all over the world, including South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

As of right now, we do not have any information regarding the rescheduled performance dates in the United States. Bieber has not as of yet made any kind of official announcement concerning his comeback to the tour on any of his social media platforms.

What prompted Justin to push back the start of his “Justice World Tour”?

For those of you who aren’t aware, let us inform you that Justin was diagnosed with Ramsay-Hunt syndrome around a month ago, and as a result, he was forced to postpone the Justice World Tour. On June 10, he provided his followers with an update on his health by posting a video to the social media platform Instagram. In the video, he talked about his recent surgery.

In the video, the vocalist from Stay can be heard saying, “Hey everyone. It’s me, Justin. I wanted to bring you all up to speed on what has been taking place in recent days.

My face is paralyzed due to a syndrome known as Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which is caused by a virus that targets the nerve in my ear as well as the nerves in my face. As you can probably tell from looking at me, I have this syndrome, which you can probably notice just looking at my face.

In addition to this, Bieber stated, “As you can see, this eye is not blinking. It’s impossible for me to grin on this side of my face because this nostril won’t budge, and as a result, this half of my face is completely paralyzed.”

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How did the audience respond when they heard that Justin would be continuing the “Justice World Tour”?

One of his followers said on their blog, “BIEBER IS BACK Y’ALL!!! The Justice World Tour will pick back up with Justin shortly. Prepare yourself for some fresh photos and some new snaps. An additional user wrote in a tweet, “@justinbieber will start his tour again at the end of July we love you JB and can’t wait to see you on stage!”

After that, another user posted something along the lines of, “Justin Bieber’s “Justice World Tour” resumes in less than THREE weeks in Lucca, Italy for the ‘Summer Festival’…

In continuation, another user stated, “The Justice World Tour kicks back up in less than three weeks in Lucca, Italy! Who here is looking forward to seeing Justin Bieber take the stage one more?

One person prayed to God, asking him to watch over Justin Bieber and his crew. We hope that when the Justice tour starts up again and again and again that everything will go swimmingly from here on out. only positivism and positive vibes please. IJN”

These are some of the responses that fans had to the announcement that Justin will be going back out on tour. Are you looking forward to seeing Justin on his upcoming tour? Leave a comment with your ideas in the section provided below. Don’t forget to keep checking back with us for the most recent information from the entertainment industry.

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