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Justin Bieber under pressure from 'huge backlash'

Showbiz journalist Dan Wootton told Daybreak that pop star Justin Bieber is "under a huge amount of pressure."

Wootton said the singer has had to deal with a "huge backlash" this week for the first time in his career.

Read: Thousands watch as Justin Bieber keeps fans waiting

Earlier this week Bieber turned up two hours late for a gig at the London O2 Arena.

Wootton, who has spent time with the star on tour added, "I just think it was too much for him."

Read: Bieber recovering in hospital after fainting on stage

'Beliebers' send love to sick Justin

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?@justinbieber: We hope you feel better Justin! Your health is the most important thing to all of us, we love you ? <333

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OMG can't believe Justin is at the hospital!! get better <3 stay strong! all your beliebers are here for you! @justinbieber x

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Hope @justinbieber is ok #Beliebers are here to support you+make you smile ..... because "we're to make you happy we're here to see u smile"

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Fan 'disappointed' Bieber did not do full set

Pop sensation Justin Bieber is in hospital, after he fainted during his gig at the O2 Arena last night.

Bieber's manager Scooter Braun came on stage during the performance to explain what was going on.

One fan told Daybreak "we were worried about him," she said, "but at the same time I payed really good money, and I was really disappointed he didn't come out and play the whole set."

Read: Justin Bieber 'rushes off stage' during O2 concert

Justin Bieber tells fans he is 'getting better'

Singer Justin Bieber was rushed off stage at the O2 during his concert, after apparently suffering from breathing problems.

In a Twitter post the Canadian pop sensation said he was "getting better."

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getting better. thanks for everyone pulling me thru tonight. best fans in the world. figuring out what happened. thanks for the love

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Bieber heading to doctor after 'fainting' on stage

Canadian teen pop star Justin Bieber collapsed on stage from shortness of breath during his performance at the O2 Arena last night, representatives for the singer said. Bieber's spokeswoman Melissa Victor said:

Justin's heading to the doctor now. He fainted and took a 20-minute reprieve and was given oxygen.

Bieber was performing for the third out of four nights at London's O2 Arena as part of the European leg of his sold-out "Believe" world tour.

Bieber 'back on stage' despite doctors warning

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We're at Justin Bieber's London O2 show and he's just been taken off stage to be checked over by doctors. Agh!

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Look, here's Scooter Braun explaining the Justin Bieber situation... http://t.co/GE3C7yvXwy

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Aww @justinbieber came back in stage after the doctors told him not to and he was incredible #believe #inspiration

Justin Bieber 'rushes off stage' during O2 concert

Justin Bieber on stage on March 5.
Justin Bieber on stage on March 5. Credit: Press Association

Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber rushed off stage at the O2 during his concert this evening, after apparently suffering from breathing problems.

His manager Scooter Braun came on shortly after he left the stage to explain what was happening to his thousands of worried fans, many of whom had taken to Twitter to report the star had "collapsed."

His manager said his doctors backstage asked him not to continue the show, but he insisted, and returned to the stage, much to the relief of his fans.

Ticket site sees 48% rise in Bieber fans selling tickets

Bieber performing in London last night. Credit: PA

Online ticketing site Viagogo said it had seen an increase in the number of people who had put their seats up for sale in the wake of the singer's late appearance.

The firm said it had seen a 48% rise in listings for his tickets this morning, many trading for less than half the box office price.

Viagogo spokesman Ed Parkinson said: "It seems that parents with younger children have been frightened off by the chance of their kids being kept up beyond their bedtimes, or missing the last trains home."

Watch: Thousands boo as Bieber keeps young fans waiting

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