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16 June 2012, 10:48 | Updated: 16 June 2012, 10:54
The 'Boyfriend' star admits his days playing hockey when he was younger helped prepare him for his concussion.
Justin Bieber has confessed he is "pretty clumsy" after he hit his head against a glass wall backstage at a gig in Paris earlier this month.
The 'Never Say Never' star was questioned about the incident during an appearance on the Today show in the US yesterday (15th June) and told host Matt Lauer that he is all good now.
"I'm pretty clumsy and obviously I don't see glass walls," he admitted. "I really hit it hard – I got a concussion and everything but I'm good now."
The Canadian added that its not the first time he has suffered a concussion. He revealed his days playing hockey when he was a youngster helped him prepare for getting "roughed up".
"I've had concussions – I used to play hockey, so I got hit in the boards a lot so I like to get roughed up," he said.
Alongside his interview, Justin also performed for 8,000 fans outside the set where he gave an outing to some of his biggest hits and new tracks from forthcoming album 'Believe'.
You can watch Justin Bieber speaking to Matt Lauer on the Today show below:
The star has been performing around the world as part of a new documentary series in promotional of his new record playing free shows in a variety of countries.
He played for 300,00 fans outside in Mexico and is currently in Canada on the latest leg of the jaunt.
Meanwhile, the singer was amongst the stars who performed at last week's Summertime Ball including Usher, The Wanted and Jessie J.