Justin Bieber has cancelled the remainder of his Justice World Tour dates.
Justin Bieber supporters who have been waiting for new dates for his postponed international tour have been advised that the gigs will not take place.
The remaining of the Canadian singer’s Justice World Tour dates have been cancelled, according to fan sites, and Bieber’s website now does not mention any dates.
All concerts in the United States, Ireland, France, Poland, Australia, the United States, Denmark, and the Czech Republic are also listed as cancelled on the website of the ticket company Ticketmaster. According to event organiser Live Nation Tero, Bieber’s gig in Bangkok, Thailand, will be the same.
The artist and his representatives have not commented on the cancellations or provided an explanation.
Fans in London, where Bieber was supposed to perform in February, received an email on Tuesday from events operator AXS saying, “We regret to tell you that the Justin Bieber gigs slated to take place at The O2 stadium have been cancelled.”
“We understand you will be unhappy and apologise for any inconvenience,” it stated, adding that reimbursements would be offered.
Bieber first revealed in June, one month after his tour began, that he would be taking a vacation from performing due to Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which left his face largely paralysed.
By the end of July, the pop sensation resumed her tour.
However, after going to Europe and performing six live shows, “it took a real toll” on him, the singer announced in a statement posted on Twitter in September.
He went on to say that he needed to make his health a “priority” right now: “I’ll be fine, but I need time to relax and get better.”
CNN has reached out to Justin Bieber’s agents for comment.