Justin Bieber performs for first time since scary facial paralysis: ‘I missed you’

A month after he postponed his “Justice” world tour due to facial paralysis, Justin Bieber is back to performing “All Around the World.”

The 28-year-old superstar took the stage at the Lucca Festival in Italy Sunday night, looking as swaggy as ever with his shirtless, tattooed chest paired with blue shorts and a knitted bucket hat.

“Luv u guys and I missed you,” he captioned one of several Instagram posts Monday.

“I want to say thank you so much for having me back. This is my first day back,” he said in another video posted to Instagram from the show.

“So good to be here. As some of you guys know, the Justice Tour is about equality,” the “Lonely” singer explained. “It’s about justice for all. No matter what you look like, no matter your shape, your size, your ethnicity. We’re all the same, we are all one.

“But we are here to be the difference makers. And I want to say thank you to each and every one of you guys for being a part of this tour,” he concluded.

Swaggy: Justin Bieber opted for a knitted bucket hat and blue shorts for his comeback performance.

His wife, model Hailey Bieber, was also in attendance and was spotted recording her husband as he sang “Peaches.”

“One thing I know for certain is you can’t keep this guy down…” Hailey, 25, captioned her hubby singing “Holy” on her Instagram Story.

Fans were impressed by his performance and took their excitement to social media.

Bieber appeared to be as healthy as ever as he danced around the stage.

“NEVER speak on Justin Bieber’s vocals,” one fan captioned a Twitter video of him singing “Swap It Out.”

“No because Justin Bieber singing ‘swap it out’ aka one of the best songs on ‘journals’ while shirtless is the hottest thing ever,” another drooled.

“One thing about justin bieber? his mic is ALWAYS ON,” another said of his live vocals.

“BIEBER IS BACK,” another captioned a video of the singer dancing across the stage.

The Biebs is off to complete a run of European festivals and then play shows in South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He’ll return to Europe in 2023.

His postponed US concerts have yet to be rescheduled.

In June, Bieber showed fans that he could not move one side of his face due to Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
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On June 16, Bieber was forced to cancel several North America stops amid his battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that is reflected in facial palsy or paralysis, often accompanied by a rash affecting the ear or mouth.

He promised fans he would be back in a month, which he kept with his Lucca Festival set.