Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber is doing well after having suffered a minor knee injury during a concert in Cleveland, Nov. 11, and he’s ready to announce the UK leg (no pun intended) of his “My World Tour. ‘
Tickets for the 16-year old singing sensation’s first ever UK tour go on sale Friday, Nov. 19, at AEGLive.
Justin will take the unusual step of announcing the full list of dates and venues via his twitter account @justinbieber later today (Monday Nov. 15).
The Bieb should have plenty of time to rest up from his mishap in Cleveland.
Justin reportedly hurt his knee midway through his show at Cleveland’s Wolstein Convocation Center.
On Nov. 12 he Tweeted: “Busted my knee last night in the middle of the show. Not fun. Finished the show with a sweet limp. Knee is swollen today but all good. Spending quality time with mom.”
Last fall, the singer broke his foot during a show in London, where he was opening for fellow superstar Taylor Swift, according to MTV.
His “My World Tour” will end its North American leg in December.
Justin, who confessed that he wants to be married and be a dad by age 30, recently released an autobiography, “First Step 2 Forever: My Story,” and has a biopic called “Never Say Never,” which hits theaters Feb. 11, 2011.
Meanwhile, Justin was recently nominated for four American Music Awards, including Favorite Male Artist. The 2010 American Music Awards airs live from Los Angeles Nov. 21.
Bieber is also set to release an acoustic album, My Worlds Acoustic, on Black Friday, Nov. 26, which is the day after Thanksgiving, the biggest shopping day of the year.
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The album’s only new track, “Pray,” hit the Internet Friday (Nov. 12). The song isn’t acoustic, but, as Bieber and his musical director Dan Kanter had promised, it’s an inspirational track with world-music influences.
“I really think that I did an acoustic album because there’s a lot of haters out there that say, ‘Justin Bieber can’t sing. His voice is all Auto-Tuned,’ ” he told MTV News.
“I think kind of stripping it down and having it kind of really mellow and being able to hear my voice is why I wanted to do it,” he said.