Justin Bieber Seen Smiling Ear-to-Ear After Recovery From Facial Paralysis

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Justin Bieber appears to be in good health and recovering fast and shared a big smile on his Instagram stories nine months after announcing that he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome.

The pop star announced in June last year that doctors had diagnosed him with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which led to partial facial paralysis. In announcing the diagnosis, Bieber posted a video showing how he was paralyzed on the right side of his face and unable to blink his eye or flare up his nostril.

Bieber posted a more uplifting and positive update on his status on Instagram on Wednesday, March 15. The video was accompanied by “Ice T” by the Nigerian singer Tems. The post was captioned “wait for it…” and the video slowly zooms in revealing a wide grin.

The video update greatly contrasts with the one he posted last year, which showed him smiling with only half his face.

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome is a neurological disorder that affects the nerves in the face. The syndrome happens when the Varicella-Zoster virus, which also causes shingles and chickenpox, infects a facial nerve.

One of the most common symptoms of this condition is facial paralysis.

During his announcement last year, Bieber assured his fans that he would get better and was doing numerous facial exercises to get his face back to normal. He said he was optimistic.

After his announcement last year, the singer postponed his Justice World Tour dates, originally scheduled for June and July, to allow for his recovery. He returned to the tour in August and played several concerts in South America and Europe before canceling the tour again to focus on his health.

The tour was supposed to run through 2023, but the dates were canceled in February.

Bieber performed with Don Toliver last week at the Rolling Loud Music Festival.

The pop star reportedly sold his publishing rights, neighboring rights, and master recordings of songs released before December 31, 2021, to Hipgnosis Songs Capital in January for a whopping $200 million.

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