Justin Bieber Cancels All Shows On The "Justice Tour" Due To Health Problems

Luis Suela

Bieber's health problems mean that he doesn't continue to act on stage

Justin Bieber has apparently canceled the remaining dates of the "Justice World Tour" after postponing shows due to health issues. The dates were removed from Bieber's official website on Tuesday. Several of the pop star's upcoming shows listed on Ticketmaster — including stops in California, Connecticut and Washington, DC — have also been pulled off the air.

Representatives for Bieber and Ticketmaster did not immediately respond to Page Six's requests for comment. In September 2022, the “Sorry” singer announced via Instagram that he needed to take a break from the tour, which started in February 2022 and had 70 shows scheduled for 2023, including in Brazil.

“Earlier this year, I went public with my battle with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, where my face was partially paralyzed,” Bieber told his followers. “As a result of this illness, I was unable to complete the North American leg of the Justice Tour,” he continued.

“After resting and consulting with my doctors, family and team, I headed to Europe in an attempt to continue with the tour. I did six live shows, but it cost me a lot.”

When the Grammy winner was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome - which is a neurological disorder characterized by facial paralysis - in June 2022, he postponed the US leg of his tour to recover.

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