Justin Bieber continues to recover after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome last week, which left half of his face completely paralyzed, and has announced he will be postponing his final US tour dates.
US Justice Tour shows, originally scheduled to take place in June and July, have been suspended until a later date
A statement from AEG Presents, which is promoting the tour, was shared on Twitter this week (June 16) announcing the news: “In light of Justin’s ongoing recovery, the remaining US Justice Tour shows scheduled for June and early July, including at Summerfest at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater in Milwaukee, WI, Friday, June 24, 2022 will be postponed.”
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He still plans to keep his non-US dates later in the year, recovery permitting.
“Justin continues to receive the best possible medical care, is optimistic about his recovery and looks forward to getting back on the road and performing for his fans overseas later this summer.”
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In a video shared to Instagram last week, Justin demonstrated how the rare disease has affected him, showing how paralysis on the right side of his face prevented him from blinking, wiggling his nose or smile, also affecting his speech. .
“So for those who are frustrated with my cancellations of upcoming shows, I’m just physically, obviously not able to do them,” he said at the time. “It’s pretty serious, as you can see. I wish it wasn’t, but obviously my body is telling me I need to slow down.”
For help and more information about Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, please visit the Mayo Clinic website.
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