Justin Bieber's bad week has taken quite a toll on the hitmaker.
After a collapse on stage at the O2 Arena on Thursday, March 7 led to his hospitalization — and then he had an F-bomb laced altercation with a photographer — the Biebs has decided to cancel his concert in Portugal on Tuesday.
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"Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber was forced to cancel the second operation, in Portugal, on 12 March," the Portuguese promoter Everything is New posted on their website. "The Canadian singer is eager to play for the Portuguese fans on 11 March."
Considering the 19-year-old took to his Twitter on March 10, writing, "slept good last night. hanging with the boys today. #goodtimes" and "#sundayfunday," it seems he's feeling much better — so why the cancellation?
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Though fans aren't too happy about the news, the message on the Everything website promises ticket holders will be refunded.
"Holders of tickets valid for March 12 should contact the respective place of purchase to receive a refund within 30 days of the date of the scheduled concert, which ends April 11."
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The "Beauty and a Beat" singer had a difficult week in England's capital. He was booed on-stage for starting a show two hours late, then collapsed while performing the next night. Things took a turn for the worse on Friday, March 8, when he lunged at a photographer who verbally attacked him outside his SUV.
Could Bieber be headed for a breakdown?