Justin Bieber claims eyebrow is paralyzed after running into glass wall
Justin Bieber claims his eyebrow is paralyzed from the concussion he received running into a glass wall in Paris.
"I got into a fight with a glass window yesterday and [as a] result, I can't move my eyebrow," Bieber said in a Viddy.com video uploaded on June 1. "It's the weirdest thing... some weird stuff going on."
The 18-year-old pop star was performing in Paris when he ran into the glass and was knocked out cold, his publicist confirmed to OnTheRedCarpet.com on May 31.
"I'm Canadian. we are tough. lol. its all good. just gotta take it easy the rest of the night. back at it again for u guys tomorrow," Bieber Tweeted on May 31, adding later, "I will see u again Glass. I will have my revenge. BIEBER vs GLASS. MGM LAS VEGAS 2013. lol. #GottaLaughAtYourself."
The pop star hit the glass in between songs and told TMZ, which first reported the incident, that he was disoriented but finished his set. Afterwards, Bieber was walking to his dressing room, when he passed out for about 15 seconds. Doctors said he suffered a concussion but will be okay.
The injury occurred while Bieber was in Paris, promoting his "Boyfriend" album with a series of secret shows. The day before, Bieber caused a near state of emergency before his performance in Oslo, Norway.
Thousands of Norwegian teenage girls put a strain on the police force and NRK news reported, that mobile use in Oslo spiked dramatically, slowing down service. The mobile company estimated that there were 25,000 more people in the city center than on an average day.
Earlier in the week, a photographer claimed that Bieber struck him in the face after he tried to take photos of the singer and his girlfriend, Selena Gomez. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Malibu-Lost Hills Station detectives are investigating the incident.
Bieber recently broke another YouTube record after his newest single "Boyfriend" accumulated over 8 million views in its first 24 hours online.
Bieber took to his official Twitter page on April 27 to reveal the standard and deluxe edition album covers for his upcoming album, "Believe," which is set to be released on June 19. It is Bieber's third studio album.
Watch Justin Bieber's Viddy.com video post below.