March 20, 2020 10:09AM EDT
Justin Bieber is preparing for his ‘Changes’ tour, which kicks off on May 14, and the singer isn’t taking any risks amid the mounting coronavirus panic.
Justin Bieber is yet to make a final decision on whether his ‘Changes’ tour will go ahead, amid the international COVID-19 pandemic. The “Yummy” hitmaker shared an Instagram video on March 11 from rehearsals for the upcoming tour, which kicks off on May 14 in Seattle, and a source close to the singer told HollywoodLife exclusively that the 26-year-old wasn’t cancelling anything just yet. “The last thing he wants to do is let his fans down. Justin knows his fans have purchased tickets, are looking forward to the shows, he’s been rehearsing, and the last thing he would want to do is cancel the tour or any of the shows,” the source revealed. “Justin also has a responsibility to take everything into consideration and it’s a very serious pandemic going on right now. His health and safety, plus that of his entire crew, and the audience is the number one priority. Justin isn’t taking any risks at this point and will do what is necessary to ensure the safety of everyone involved. But he’s remaining very hopeful and hasn’t canceled anything at this point. For now, Justin is taking things day by day.”
It’s clear that health and safety is a high priority to Justin, according to a second source who spoke to HL. “Justin is happy, upbeat and in good spirits but things aren’t business as usual in his life or anyone’s for that matter right now so he will continue to monitor everything when it comes to his career and upcoming tour,” the source explained. “He knows that some spots might have to be cancelled or postponed and right now he is taking it minute by minute and case by case. His people are keeping him up on everything and he will act appropriately when needed. If he can go out, he will. If cities and venues tell him he can’t, then he will abide by everything that is broug