Justin Bieber returned to the stage, After battling a serious illness

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Justin Bieber Resume Justice World Tour: There is exciting news for the fans of Justin Bieber, famous all over the world for his pop singing. After battling a serious illness like Ramsay Hunt Syndrome for about a month, he has returned to the stage. In June it was revealed that he had been suffering from Ramsay Hund syndrome. Due to this a part of his face was paralyzed. Due to this he had to cancel his Justice world tour. Under this tour, he also had to tour India.

Indian fans were also very disappointed due to Bieber’s illness. Now their faces will bloom with this news. Now his health has improved and has also given his performance at the Lucca Summer Festival held in Italy over the weekend.

Wife said this in praise of Bieber

Bieber’s wife Hailey Bieber, while sharing a clip of the performance on Instagram, wrote that she is feeling very proud of her husband. She praised Justin Bieber and wrote, “One thing I know for sure is that you can’t keep this guy down.” With this caption, Hailey has also shared a cry and love heart emoji.

Bieber thanked the fans for this message

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Meanwhile, Bieber also shared an important message with the fans while sharing a clip of his stage on social media. He said, “This is the first day of my return. Nice to be here. Some of you know that ‘Justice Tour’ is about equality. It’s about justice for all. It doesn’t matter how you look, what shape, what size, what ethnicity you are. We are all alike. We are all one.” Bieber also thanked everyone with this post.

Justice World Tour has begun

Let us tell you that under the ‘Justice World Tour’, Bieber will perform in New Delhi on October 18. This program will be held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JLN Stadium). He has started this tour with Lucca Summer Festival held in Italy from 31 July. Beginning his European festival run, he will continue on his international world tour with performances in India and Asia, South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. Then return to Europe in 2023.

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