Justin Bieber back in 2024?

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It was the news we didn’t expect at the start of the year, but Justin Bieber seems to announce his return to the studio.

Suffering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, Justin Bieber had to put his world tour on hold in March 2023. While he was scheduled to perform in France on March 6 and 7, the singer shared photos of his partially paralyzed face, a consequence of the syndrome. “ As you can see, this eye doesn’t blink. I can’t smile on this side of my face… So there is complete paralysis on this side. It’s because of this virus that attacks the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves “, he explained. A syndrome which was added to his chronic mononucleosis.

Since then, the interpreter of “Sorry” had been very discreet. No new project, no scene, Justin Bieber has only made very rare appearances on the arm of his beauty, the model and businesswoman Hailey Bieber. He made an appearance in collaboration with singer SZA in the music video for “Snooze”. Such a success that the two artists followed up with a remix of the title featuring. But since then, radio silence.

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This Sunday, January 7, Justin Bieber seems to have heard the desperate call from his fans who were demanding, through comments under his publications, his return to the studio. The Canadian singer shared a photo of himself among his instruments with the caption: “Excited for this new year. New start “. A promising message and that’s not all.

Indeed, in his carousel Justin Bieber published a questioning image. We indeed discover the face of young Jaden Smith, son of Will Smith, with the glued braids that he wore for the filming of the film “Karate Kid”. A work which is not foreign to the singer since the two artists had worked together on “Never Say Never”, the soundtrack of the film. So, hint? Justin Bieber, will he work on the sequel to “Karate Kid” planned for 2024?


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