Fourteen remaining shows of Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour in North America and Asia have been canceled by the pop star, for which he promptly apologized to his disappointed Fans. "I felt sad for anyone who felt disheartened or cheated," he said to celebrity news site TMZ.com.

On July 24, an announcement affirmed that due to "unexpected conditions" he had incited the cancellation of remaining concerts. Bieber's cancellation decision comes fourteen days after British singer Adele called off the last two shows of her world tour on therapeutic guidance, as she damaged her vocal cords.

What were his next destinations?

The majority of Bieber's residual dates were in the US. Justin was supposed to perform at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas on Saturday before going to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California toward the beginning of August. He was, additionally, supposed to perform in Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Singapore. A total of 14 shows were remaining of the pop star.

Chinese authorities told a week ago that the Canadian pop star had been prohibited from Chinese territory under restrictions of "awful conduct." Nevertheless, China was not part of this ‘Purpose’ World Tour.

Glimpse on the Tour so far

Since March 2016, the vocalist has already performed more than 150 shows, which were part of this ‘Purpose’ World Tour.

The concert had been going for the promotion of his 2015 album ‘Purpose.’

As per the statement on his website, he is thankful and is regarded to have imparted that experience with his team and cast for more than 150 fruitful shows, all over six continents amid this promotional tour. In any case, after careful thought, he chose to not play out any further dates.

The refunds for the tickets will be initiated at the point of procurement.

He also thanked his fans for the unbelievable experience of the "Purpose World Tour" within a year and a half. The Purpose Tour has earned "$93.2m (£71.5m)" in the beginning half of the year 2017, with 40,000 ticket deals on average for every date.

When Justin was asked what he would do having called off the dates, he stated that "all is well, I just needed time to rest and relax. I would be going to ride a bike." He is depleted with his two years of touring by far.

The “Sorry” singer is regretful on his hard decision. He requested "TMZ" to send a beautiful message to his fans, that "He loved them all, he felt that his fans are amazing.”

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