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14 May 2013, 13:46
The 'Boyfriend' star has vowed to "chill out" for the next month before bringing the tour back to America.
Justin Bieber brought his mum out on stage over the weekend for the final show of his latest tour leg, to mark Mother's Day in the US, and says he is looking forward to taking it easy for the next month.
The 'All Around The World' singer performed a final show in Johannesburg on Sunday (12th May) to bring the current leg of his 'Believe' tour to a close, and marked the occasion by embracing his mum Pattie Mallette in front of the thousands strong crowd.
"Happy Mother's Day @pattiemallette. Today u r my #OLLG. Love u," Justin tweeted after the show. "I love my momma. Great night tonight."
Justin then thanked the fans for helping him end his latest tour leg, which has seen him perform across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
"Great way to end this leg of the tour," Justin posted. "Excited to chill for a bit but I will announce Australia, Asia and S America real soon.
"Glad to chill for a few days, gonna take it easy," the 'Beauty And A Beat' singer added last night (13th May). "That was an amazing tour, thanks to all the fans around the world. #grateful to all of u."
Check out a picture of Justin embracing his mum on stage in South Africa over the weekend below (Credit: Twitter):
Justin Bieber is set to resume his 'Believe' world tour next month with a return leg in North America kicking off in San Diego, California on 22nd June.
The 'Believe' tour will then run for a further 30 dates across North America and is currently set to wrap on 10th August at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georga although Justin promised to reveal dates across Australia, South America and Asia in the coming weeks.