Justin Bieber resumes his world tour in Italy after recovering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome

Hailey Bieber was quite a proud wife on Sunday as she shared a video of her husband Justin Bieber resuming the Justice World Tour.

The model, 25, championed Justin’s resilience — after his recent recovery from Ramsay Hunt syndrome — writing: ‘One thing I know for sure is that you can’t put this man down.’

The video was taken at the Lucca Summer Festival in Lucca, Italy, where the 28-year-old Canadian hitmaker was to perform on Sunday after the first 14 dates were postponed due to a recovery from the rare syndrome.

PROUD: Hailey Bieber was quite a proud wife on Sunday as she shared a video of her 28-year-old husband Justin Bieber resuming his Justice world tour.

The Baby singer was shirtless as she rocked the crowd sporting a pair of shorts and a bucket hat for the event.

The two-time Grammy Award winner thrilled her fans with her rendition of her hit song Holly (Feet Chance the Rapper) from her 2021 album Justice.

The Peaches hitmaker is set to begin the European part of their seven-leg/130-date tour, with Australian dates set for the end of the year, when they postponed gigs after suffering facial paralysis from the syndrome last month. Had done it. ,

Resilient: Model, 25, champions Justin's resilience - after recent recovery from Ramsay Hunt syndrome - writing: 'One thing I know for sure is you can't put this guy down'

Thrilling fans: The baby singer was shirtless as she rocked the crowd, sporting a pair of shorts and a bucket hat for the event

Resilient: Model, 25, champions Justin’s resilience – after recent recovery from Ramsay Hunt syndrome – writing: ‘One thing I know for sure is you can’t put this guy down’

While the European stage is due to wrap up in Krakow, Poland, on March 25, 2023, the rescheduled US dates have yet to be announced.

Bieber – who is recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d’Alene – revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome.

The star, who has 550.5 million social media followers, explained, ‘It’s from this virus that attacks the nerves in my ears and my facial nerves, and causes my face to paralyze.

‘As you can see, it’s not blinking an eye. I can’t bear the smile on this side of my face. This nostril will not move, so this part of my face is completely paralyzed. So for those who are disappointed by my cancellation of the next show, I am physically obviously not able to do them.

Summer Jam: The video was taken at the Lucca Summer Festival in Lucca, Italy, where the Canadian hitmaker was scheduled to perform on Sunday.

Summer Jam: The video was taken at the Lucca Summer Festival in Lucca, Italy, where the Canadian hitmaker was scheduled to perform on Sunday.

Behind it: The two-time Grammy Award winner thrilled her fans with her rendition of her hit song Holly (Feet Chance the Rapper) from her 2021 album Justice.

Behind it: The two-time Grammy Award winner thrilled her fans with her rendition of her hit song Holly (Feet Chance the Rapper) from her 2021 album Justice.

‘It’s very serious you can see. I wish it didn’t happen, but apparently, my body says I have to slow down. And I hope you guys understand and I will use this time to just relax and unwind and get back to 100 percent so that I can do what I was born to do. But in the meantime, that’s not the point. I have to go to rest so that I can get my face back where it should have been.

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Six weeks is a remarkable recovery for Justin, as most RHS patients take five to 12 months for their symptoms to resolve, and between 30–70 percent achieve most functionality, depending on early diagnosis.

‘He’s doing great!’ Bieber’s mentor Usher recently told Extra.

Still is!  After suffering facial paralysis caused by Ramsay Hunt syndrome last month, the Peaches hitmaker is set to begin the European part of its seven-leg/130-date tour.

Still is! After suffering facial paralysis caused by Ramsay Hunt syndrome last month, the Peaches hitmaker is set to begin the European part of its seven-leg/130-date tour.

The Comeback: Bieber - who is recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d'Alene - revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome.

The Comeback: Bieber – who is recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d’Alene – revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome.

Scary: In a social media video, Justin showed the impact on his diagnosis as he showed how his eye wasn't blinking, he couldn't smile, and his nose didn't move to the right

Aww: Justin can be seen smiling on the left side of his face

Scary: In a social media video, Justin showed the impact on his diagnosis as he showed how his eye wasn’t blinking, he couldn’t smile, and his nose didn’t move to the right

‘Seeing him on vacation’ [in Idaho]We managed to hang out with each other, and I think what he is experiencing right now is really great to see that he has the support of his fans and his family.’

Justin was not the only one who faced a serious health issue this year.

On March 10, Hailey – whom she has been married to since 2018 – was hospitalized after experiencing stroke-like symptoms related to a blood clot in her brain.

She later underwent a procedure to repair a hole in her heart, which doctors believed was the cause of the mini-stroke.

What is Ramsay Hunt Syndrome? Rare complication of shingles that leads to facial paralysis

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles, caused by a virus similar to chickenpox (VZV), which can cause facial paralysis.

After lying dormant for years, the virus reactivates and causes swelling and irritation of the facial nerves.

VZV is harmless until it is reactivated and new symptoms will appear when this happens.

The virus can be reactivated when the immune system is weakened, and less able to fight off infection. Stress is often a trigger.

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles that can cause facial paralysis.

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles that can cause facial paralysis.

Statistics show that five out of every 100,000 adults in the US will develop RHS. According to the NHS, it is a similar threat in the UK.

Children are rarely affected by RHS, as this complication most often affects adults in their 60s.

Treatment usually involves antiviral medication. Doctors recommend seeking help within three days of the onset of symptoms.

What are the symptoms?

  • facial muscles contract
  • difficulty closing the eyes
  • altered taste
  • loss of facial expression
  • Difficulty eating, drinking and speaking