A commitment over time. Following Justin Bieber’s diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome, Usher has provided an update on the singer and thanked everyone who has supported him.
Usher, 43, said in an interview with Extra that was released on Sunday, July 17, “He is doing fine.” We were able to spend time together when he was on vacation, and whatever he may be going through at the moment, I think it’s really nice to see that he has the support of his fans and his family.
The singer’s career trajectory over the past ten years has been praised by The Voice alum, who recently traveled with the “Sorry” artist, 28, and his wife Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin). “It’s clear that [Justin] has taken the world on a voyage. I’m glad that as a buddy, I was there at the beginning and that I’m still a part of [his adventure] now,” he exclaimed at the time.
The Texas native and Grammy Award winner has been working together on songs since 2009, including “First Dance” from 2009, “Somebody to Love (Remix)” from 2010, and “Peaches (Remix)” from 2021.
The Yeah! the singer told the publication, “I think as artists, we are all going to experience some things that people may not necessarily understand,” adding that the life of a performer “comes with a great deal of pressure.”
After years of battling Lyme disease, Justin was given the diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome in June. This uncommon neurological condition results in momentary facial paralysis. The “Love Yourself” singer had to postpone the rest of his U.S. gigs because he was in the middle of his Justice World Tour at the time.
The “Baby” singer at the time stated in an Instagram video, “This is pretty serious as you can see,” while displaying how it affected his ability to blink and move other facial muscles. “I wish this weren’t the situation. However, it’s clear that my body is urging me to slow down.
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Later that month, a source exclusively revealed to Us Weekly that Justin is “working with a top team of professionals and following they’re advise to the letter.” The dancer has been relying on his religion, along with “performing facial exercises” and “getting as much rest and relaxation as possible.”
It’s a challenging issue to be dealing with and a trying moment for both [him and Hailey] right now, the source said, but “[he] has every faith this will resolve itself soon.” The cancellation of the concerts was the last thing he wanted.
The informant went on to say that Hailey, 25, has been the dancer’s “absolute rock” and that she is always there for him, along with his other close friends and family.
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The model experienced “stroke-like symptoms” in March, which led to her own health care. The socialite explained via her Instagram Story that she had “suffered a very minor blood clot in my brain, which caused a small loss of oxygen, but my body had passed on its own and I recovered totally within a few hours” after being hospitalized.