Last time on Justin Bieber's primetime special, [article id="1687984"]"All Around the World,"[/article] the singer's camp worried about him after he fell down some stairs following a [article id="1686227"]concussion[/article] he suffered running into a glass wall during his performance in Paris.
Well, on part two of the NBC special, fans get to see just what happened next. "He's got a nice little bump. Doctors said he should be OK," his manager, Scooter Braun, shares. "It just scared me in general when he was nonresponsive. ... In that moment, when he was not waking up, that was scary."
While Braun was concerned about the star's wellbeing, later on, Bieber is shown being mostly concerned about whether you can see the bump he got in the process.
After wrapping up his time in Paris, Bieber embarks on more dates in Italy and Spain, where he meets more screaming, crying fans. "The team is definitely like a family. There's never a dull moment," Bieber says of his tour crew.
"Seeing fans is always the most important to me," he later says of his devotees. "I wouldn't be in this position without them. Sometimes it can get really chaotic ... but I go out of my way."
In addition to traveling the globe with his tightknit road family, in Spain, Bieber is joined by his little sister and dad. "Just being able to come back at the end of the night and see my little sister, it's amazing," he shares.
While he has folks like his crew and family to keep him grounded, the pandemonium he causes everywhere he goes never lets up. [article id="1687984"]Mexico City[/article] is next on the schedule. "I miss home ... but it's all worth it. I get to do so many other things that I wouldn't get to experience. It's been really a blessing," he says. "I have definitely changed over the last few years, and I think it's for the good. I think that I'm getting more mature. But as far me as a person, I think I'll always be the same person."
Later on, Bieber visits his hometown in Canada. While there, he performs on the same street corner where he used to play before he was famous, noting how "weird" it is to do his own song there rather than a cover. "For me, it's important I never forget where I came from," he says.
His trip around the globe ends in the Big Apple, where he prepares for a number of appearances and shows, including his now-infamous performance at the [article id="1687705"]Apollo Theater[/article], which he finished unplugged after losing power. "I want to go someplace Michael [Jackson] performed," he says in the lead-up to the performance.
Instead of shutting it down, Bieber continued the show with a sing-along and a dance battle, much to the delight of his fans. "My fans, to me, mean the world. I'm very blessed, and I have all my Beliebers to thank for that," he notes. "I never thought that I would be in the position that I am now. I think that it's so important that if you have a dream to just believe."
While in New York City, he also appeared on his very own MTV special, [article id="1687837"]"Bieber Live,"[/article] where he opened up about his just-released new album, [article id="1687691"]Believe[/article].
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