Justin Bieber returns to the stage after recovering from facial paralysis

Justin Bieber

Singer Justin Bieber had no choice but to suspend his ‘Justice’ tour after suffering facial paralysis stemming from Ramsay Hunt syndrome that had been diagnosed. In an Instagram video, the Canadian idol did not hesitate to show his followers the difficulties he had to gesticulate with his face while apologizing to them for having been forced to temporarily cancel his world journey.

In the following weeks, his wife Hailey Bieber was duly informing the public about the progress that the interpreter had made in his return to normality, and the last photos that transcended of the pop star portrayed him increasingly smiling and animated. His full recovery, the model assured, was a matter of time.

This weekend, and despite the fact that some concerts framed in the show ‘Justice’ are still pending to be rescheduled, the artist returned to the stage to delight the attendees of the Lucca Summer Festival, in Italian Tuscany. The emotion derived from his triumphant return to live music did not go unnoticed among those present.

“Guys, I want to thank you for having me back. This is my first day and I’m delighted to be here,” he addressed the audience with a broad smile, before delivering a speech about the equality and tolerance that have become the hallmark of his battered tour. “As many of you will know, the ‘Justice’ tour is about equality. It doesn’t matter what you look like, your shape, your size, or your ethnicity. We are all the same, we are all one,” he celebrated.

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Waiting to know the new dates of the shows in Toronto and Washington, as well as in other cities in North America, which he had to postpone last June, the singer will continue his trip through the European continent over the next few months before making the leap to Australia. The end of the ‘Justice’ tour is scheduled for spring 2023, as can be seen from the information reflected on its website.

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