Justin Bieber Hospitalized After Concert Collapse — Chris Wolfe Reports
He ranks number three on the Forbes celebrity 100 list.
It covers earnings, popularity and media exposure among other categories.
He’s one of the highest paid pop stars…raking in 55-million dollars last year.
Not bad for a teenager.
Performing is hard work.
Maybe it’s catching up with him.
We’re hearing somewhat different accounts as to what happened with the Beebs tonight. Some fans say he seemed to collapse on stage…
Others say he ran backstage and then collapsed.
Whatever the case, he’s in the hospital tonight where he posted a picture of himself in his hospital bed.
Bieber sent out the Instagram pic and he’s also tweeting tonight.
The big question — what the heck happened??
He’s one of the biggest pop stars on the planet… a 19-year-old singing sensation who usually makes young women and girls feel weak and short of breath.
But tonight, at a concert in London, Justin Bieber was the one who had breathing troubles.
He’s performing four shows at London’s O2 arena.
Fans say near the end of the performance…with just a few songs left to belt out…he appeared to pass out on stage.
According to other reports, the young heartthrob from Canada stumbled backstage and that’s when he collapsed.
One source claims the Beebs was feeling uneasy during the show.
Emergency workers were treating him with oxygen when his manager came out on stage.
Committed to his fans, Bieber came back about ten minutes later and finished the show, though doctors apparently were advising against it.
He was taken to the hospital right after the last song and that’s where he’s still being evaluated.
In fact, the Beebs sent out this picture of himself in his hospital bed, through Instagram.
Apparently he’s not too fond of that hospital gown because he decided to pull it down for the photo op.
You might say even in recovery, he’s still putting on a little show.
Last night in London, the Beebs was spotted wearing a gas mask. No word if the bizarre fashion accessory has anything to do with his breathing troubles.
— Chris Wolfe, KTLA News