“Justin Bieber” is happy to return, first performance following Ramsay Hunt’s diagnosis

Justin Bieber thanked his fans for “having him back” during his first performance following his health anxiety. Justin Bieber expressed gratitude to his fans for “having him back” at his first show following the Ramsay Hunt diagnosis that caused him to postpone his US tour.

The singer, who is 28 years old, posted photos of the Lucca Summer Festival. Lucca summer festival situated in central Italy on his Instagram account. The caption reads “Luv you guys and I miss you.”

The Peaches star also shared an image of him with spouse Hailey Bieber and his team in a ritual of pre-show preparation prior to his first live show following his health fears.

“We’re here,” the Grammy winner stated in the clip, before adding “What is a wonderful, amazing night… WOW. I appreciate you guys. This group is the (expletive) crowd of folks I’ve met.”

I’m so happy that I’m back.” He added. “I cherish each one of you very greatly. I’m not just saying that you’re all (expletive). Let’s get it killed!”

A glimpse of the concert, which included his speech during the performance.Justin.Bieber declared, “Guys I want to say thank you very much for returning to me. This is my first day in the country and it’s great that I am here.”

“As many of you are aware that this Justice Tour is about equality It’s about justice for everyone regardless of how you appear, regardless of the shape or size of your body or your race -We’re all one and we’re all one in the same way,” he said.

Bieber added: “We know that racism is unjust and that division is bad and is a sin But we’re here to make a difference and I would like to thank every one of you who are participants in this show. Let’s have a blast the rest of the evening.”

The singer was forced to end the remaining U.S. tour after his diagnosis. Justin announced his decision via an official tweet to his Twitter account that read “In light of Justin’s continuing recovery his recovery continues, all remainder of US Justice Tour shows scheduled in June and early July will be moved back.”