Justin Bieber's health after Justice World Tour postponement to 2023
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 293
Justin Bieber's Justice World Tour, initially scheduled for 2020, had been postponed for Covid. The Tour resumed in February 2022 from San Diego before the new stop imposed by the health problems of the Canadian pop star. Now came new updates.
Now the Justice World Tour is postponed to 2023. After announcing the cancellation of 12 concerts until 12 October, Bieber, has given news of a new postponement for the subsequent stages of his world tour. Jsutin had announced that he would take a break for treatment.
He announced the cancellation of 12 dates on September 15. The break should have been interrupted on October 18, but Bieber, who continues to fight against Ramsay Hunt syndrome, has decided to postpone all the other stages to a date to be defined, due to the disease that is afflicting him.
Bieber suffers from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a neurological disease that derives from the Herpes Zoster virus infection. He explained some months ago: "As you can see, I can't close this eye, I can't smile from this side of my face, I can't I can move my nostril.
This whole part of my face is paralyzed."
Ramsay Hunt syndrome: a neurological disease that derives from the Herpes Zoster
There are three neurological syndromes termed Ramsay Hunt syndrome and all three are named after their discoverer, James Ramsay Hunt.
Ramsay Hunt syndrome type I, also called Ramsay Hunt cerebellar syndrome, is a rare form of cerebellar degeneration characterized by myoclonic epilepsy, progressive ataxia, tremor and dementia. Ramsay Hunt syndrome type II is a herpes zoster virus reactivation syndrome in the geniculate ganglion.
It has a variable clinical presentation, including facial paresis, hearing loss, dizziness, and pain. Ramsay Hunt syndrome type III, also called Hunt's disease or Artisan's palsy, is a professional neuropathy of the deep palmar branch of the ulnar nerve.