Justin Bieber Performs Shirtless First Time Since Facial Paralysis

A big shout out to the Canadian pop star for showing up for the first time since his recovery from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. You heard it right, Justin Bieber jumps right back to the stage after suffering facial paralysis. Scroll down to read the deatils!

On August 12, the Yum Yum singer wowed the audience in Budapest, marking his first performance post-recovery. During his battle with the disease, Justin Bieber cancelled out 14 of his shows. Going shirtless and rocking a baseball hat and shorts, Justin looked to be in great form!

A huge crowd and his wife were spotted, supporting Justin Bieber to return to the stage. Hailey Bieber shared a dedicated message after her husband talked about suffering in public. Hailey reposted the video of Justin announcing his diagnosis to her Instagram on June 10, adding “I love u baby.”

The wife of Justin Bieber, supermodel and fashionista Hailey Baldwin opened up about Bieber’s health status, last month. This was the much-awaited news fans were waiting for. She said, “I think going through it very publicly, in front of a lot of people, it kind of forces you in a way to just be upfront about what is going on, so that people understand what you’re going through, And I think it opened up a lot of really amazing and important conversations”.

Hailey Bieber added, “And I think that the silver lining of it honestly is that it brings us a lot closer. Because you’re going through it together. You’re there for each other, you’re supporting each other, and there’s just something that really bonds you through, through these times”.

In Justin’s three-minute clip, the “Sorry” hitmaker explained how the right side of his face was unable to move. “Obviously as you can probably see with my face, I have this syndrome called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. And it is from this virus that attacks the nerves in my ear and my facial nerves and has caused my face to have paralysis,” he said.

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.