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Justin Bieber Collapses During London Concert, Feels Well Enough To Instagram Shirtless Photo

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Last night, Justin Bieber collapsed backstage during a concert at London's O2 Arena—but that didn't mean he left fans in a lurch. According to TMZ, "The singer was pulled into a private room where he was treated with oxygen from emergency personnel. Sources say Bieber was advised to go to the hospital ... but declined ... insisting that he 'had to finish the show for his fans.'"

Here's video of his manager Scooter Braun explaining the situation, saying Biebs "got very light of breath, the whole show he had been complaining."

The superstar singer was able to Instagram ("Gettin better listening to Janice Joplin") a photo for his fans and Tweet:

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A rep said that the 19-year-old was "just very tired from a long week." Earlier in the week, Bieber was booed after making London concertgoers wait two hours.