Justin Bieber resumes world tour after canceling due to facial paralysis

Los Ángeles (EE.UU.), 19 jul (EFE).- Justin Bieber will discuss his scenarios on July 31 after you will know that he has been able to work for a prolonged facial paralisis, he will inform you of the promoter of AEG meetings in addition social networks.

At the end of this month, the artist will begin a 75-date tour, the first stage of which will be the Lucca Summer Festival (Italy) and will continue with five concerts in Europe before heading to South America.

South Africa, various countries in the Middle East and Asia, Australia and New Zealand are also part of an extensive series of concerts that will take Bieber’s music around the world.

The tour will wrap up in the UK to the delight of Bieber fans in cities including Glasgow, London, Birmingham and Manchester in February and March.

That tour was canceled after the singer was diagnosed with Ramsay syndrome, a facial nerve condition near his ear that paralyzed part of his face for weeks.

Indeed, it was on June 10 that Bieber shared with his followers the health problems he was suffering from and clarified that the concerts in Washington, Toronto and New York were postponed.

“As you can see, this eye is not blinking. I can’t smile on this side of my face. This nostril does not move. So there’s total paralysis on that side of my face,” the pop star said at the time.

Later, he would have again lavished on the networks to announce that he needed rest because his illness was getting worse while sending a message of hope: “Normality will return (…) I have hope and trust in God.”

While it looks like that moment has already arrived, it remains to be seen how the dates that were closed in the US and Canada for this summer will be rescheduled.

Alvin Nguyen

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