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04 October 2012 09:02
Justin Bieber was sick during a show in LA, according to reports
Teen icon Justin Bieber overcame a bout of sickness while performing to a sold-out crowd on the latest leg of his 45-city Believe tour in the United States, it has been reported.
The 18-year-old pop star was caught on camera vomiting twice on stage during a performance at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, on the outskirts of Los Angeles, California. A video then surfaced on KTVK-TV's website, showing the Canadian leaving the stage after each episode.
Although the singer returned to finish his set and even completed an encore the bout of road sickness offers a reminder to people travelling away from home to arrange
medical travel insurance before jetting off.
Fans reportedly sung some of his best-selling hits while the nauseous star took a breather. Bieber later reassured his adoring fans with Tweets that read: "Great show. Getting better for tomorrow's show!!! Love u."
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