Justin Bieber has cancelled the remaining 70 dates of his Justice World Tour, admitting that his health is "taking a toll" on him whilst he is on stage.
The singer, who is known for his hits including Baby, Sorry and Peaches, announced the cancellation over on his Instagram account on September 6, with many fans devastated by the news.
Justin was set to perform at shows in Chile, Argentina and Brazil but now these shows have been scrapped following the latest announcement, with fans unsure whether the tour will resume ahead of the UK tour which is scheduled for February 2023. Read More: Justin Bieber 'could take months' to recover from rare facial paralysis syndrome But why has the tour been cancelled and what has Justin Bieber said about cancelling the shows?Here's everything you need to know.The Justice World Tour has been cancelled in order for Justin to prioritise his health.
The singer had to postponed a number of tour dates earlier this year after he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome – which occurs when a shingles outbreak affects the facial nerve near one of the ears.