Justin Bieber vomited on stage during his "Believe" tour in Glendale, Arizona. His performance Saturday was marred by the pop sensation becoming sick twice in front of thousands of screaming fans.
Justin Bieber's "Believe" tour was sold out in various locations, but in this instance, the show had to be paused temporarily because of the Canadian singer's gastrointestinal problems. The 18-year-old was serenading the crowd during "Out Of Town Girl" when he abandoned his dance routine, turned around, and threw up on the stage. He ran off the stage immediately afterwards.
However, Bieber, who is known for his committed attitude towards his shows, came back out, attempting to continue without the high-energy routine.
"I'm sorry, I'm going to slow things down," Bieber said, according to USA Today. He played "Fall" on the acoustic guitar. Still, a few songs later, the star fled the stage again to vomit. He came back soon afterwards, though.
"It's hard for me, you know, not feeling great and throwing up in front of a bunch of people," the pop star admitted to the crowd. "Will you love me even though I'm throwing up on stage?" His legions of "Beliebers" screamed yes, and the show did continue.
Later, Bieber blamed his vomiting on too much dairy before the show.
"And … Milk was a bad choice!" the teen posted on his Twitter account.
He took to his bed to rest up for his tour, which has many more cities to visit.
"Great show. Great better for tomorrow's show," he wrote as a caption to a picture of him in the bed.
At Bieber's Glendale, Arizona show, the pop star dedicated his performance to "Mrs. Justin Bieber"- Avalanna Routh, a young girl whose dying wish was to meet the teen star. She passed away from brain cancer last week.
"Goodnight Avalanna. Tonight was for u. I love u," he tweeted.