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12 March 2013, 14:38
The 'Boyfriend' singer has reassured fans that everything is "great" with the teen idol.
Justin Bieber's manager has spoken out in defence of the Canadian pop star in the wake of his recent bad press in the UK and insists he is in a "great place".
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer has sparked widespread speculation during his recent 'Believe' UK tour after several incidents including being hospitalised after a show and having a confrontation with a paparazzi photographer.
However, Scooter has now promised fans that there is nothing wrong with the teen pop star, who turned 19 earlier this month, and says he is "really good" at the moment.
"There's nothing wrong with him," Justin's manager Scooter told E! this past week at SXSW Festival. "He's in a great place."
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber performing live in the UK on his 'Believe' tour below (Credit: PA):
The 'Boyfriend' star's manager also reassured fans by promising that the cancellation of Justin's Portugal show this week wasn't due to low ticket sales, but due to the practicality of moving the show from one location to another.
"It has nothing to do with anything other than that," Scooter promised. "Tell everyone Justin is good, really good."
Justin Bieber has now taken his 'Believe' tour over to Europe, but was forced to cancel one of two shows in Lisbon, Portugal this week due to "unforeseen circumstances".