“Although it was one of the most frightening moments in my life, I’m now home and feeling well. Thank you to all of the nurses and doctors that took such good care of me!” “Thank you to all who reached out with well wishes and concern, I’m home now and doing well. Thank you for reaching out to me with your well wishes, concern and support.

Soon after, Justin addressed the scare during his Justice world tour performance in Denver. He admitted the experience was “scary” between performances of his most popular hits. 

On March 16, he told the crowd, “You’re right. It’s just crazy how life can throw you curveballs,” “You know, we can’t really control much…She’s OK, she’s good, she’s strong. You know what? It has been frightening. It’s scary. “But I do know that God is holding her hand and that it’s a good thing.”