Justin Bieber Faints On Camera After Running Into Glass Wall At Paris Gig - Video

21 June 2012, 10:40

The moment the 'Boyfriend' star collapsed his revealed during All Around The World documentary.

Justin Bieber fainted after running into a glass wall at a gig in Paris earlier this month, it has emerged.

Video footage of the incident was featured in part one of the star's All Around The World documentary, which aired on NBC in America last night (20th June).

Although the moment Justin ran into the wall is not included in the documentary, one of the 'Boyfriend' singer's entourage is shown explaining what happened backstage.

"I didn't think he was actually going to go into the next song, I thought he was going to walk off then – but he got through the last one," the assistant said.

"He literally hit the glass with his head and he slammed it really hard. I think he didn't want anyone out there to know what happened and he just kept going and kept performing."

The moment Justin Bieber fainted was caught on camera:



Justin is then shown walking down a flight of stairs with his minders, when he suddenly faints and a woman is heard calling for his manager, Scooter Braun.

In another clip, Scooter is heard telling someone: "He was unconscious for like, four or five minutes."

You can watch All Around The World: Part One below:



Justin's All Around The World documentary was shot during the promotional tour for his new album 'Believe', and also includes a snippet of his performance at Capital FM's Summertime Ball on 9th June.

'Believe' was released this week and features the singles 'Boyfriend' and 'All Around The World'.

Check out highlights from Justin's appearance at the Summertime Ball below.

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