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Justin Bieber suffers Mid-Rehearsal Sickness at Saturday Night Live

Justin Bieber got sick prepping for the "Saturday Night Live" with Jimmy Fallon in New York City.

His manager Scooter Braun broke the news of Bieber's pre-show illness in a tweet that said "Great first day at SNL with @justinbieber ...so he vomited a little bit. Guys a trooper . #justliketour #BieberOnSNL."

MTV stated : "Always the pro, Bieber has confirmed that he was back to work on Wednesday (February 6), as he preps to be the host and musical guest for the late-night comedy show on February 9."

Bieber later confirmed the illness in another tweet : "Think i had food poisoning yesterday. rested up," he tweeted Wednesday morning. However, those jitters still seemed to linger, as he added, "am i nervous? yep. #outofmyelement . but im excited. #BIEBERonSNL."

The singer had already had this kind of problem, most notably when he threw up on stage during the Arizona stop of his tour, which he attributed to a lethal combination of spaghetti and milk.

He is otherwise very successful, his last album reaching amazing sales stats. Bieber wrote recently regarding his album Believe acoustic : "WE did it! #HISTORY - thank u. #BELIEVEacoustic is the #1 selling album in the WORLD and OUR fifth #1! First time ever! OUR ALBUMS! thank u,"














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