Published: Wed, August 02, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Louis Tomlinson Has Some Surprising Thoughts on Bieber's Canceled Tour

Louis Tomlinson Has Some Surprising Thoughts on Bieber's Canceled Tour

"But I also think, to a certain degree, when you're signing up to something, you should see it through".

It's been a couple weeks since Justin announced that he would, in fact, not be completing his Purpose World Tour, which started back in May 2016, and many have supported the singer, who went on record saying his reason for leaving his tour simply came down to "exhaustion".

Earlier this month, the What Do You Mean? singer canceled the final leg of his tour and apologized to his fans after it was confirmed he wouldn't be playing shows scheduled to take place in North America, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines.

Now, One Direction member Louis Tomlinson has had his say on the matter, too - and he's not particularly in agreement with Mayer.

"What do I think's the right thing to do?"

The 23-year-old singer has reportedly confirmed to close friends to reassure them his love of music is fully intact, and any recent talk of him rededicating "his life to Christ" is a separate part of his life and will not interfere with his music career. While singing his single Just Hold On alongside Steve Aoki, Tomlinson's voice croaked through emotions but he managed to finish his performance.

Besides Tomlinson, John Mayer has also spoken out about Bieber's tour cancellation. "We wish Justin the best for his future".

A source said: "He didn't feel like he could give the rest of the tour as much energy as his fans deserve".

However, fans soon blamed the Hillsong faith for Bieber scrapping the rest of his tour, prompting the church to respond with a statement.

Bieber may not be hitting the stage anytime soon but the musician still holds fond memories of the objective tour as he was recently spotted walking around Beverly Hills wearing merchandise from the shows.

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