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Justin Bieber may need surgery for a burst eardrum

2014-09-25 12:33

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber "might need surgery" after bursting his eardrum.

The 20-year-old pop star may require an operation to repair the perforated tissue in his ear after he damage it by leaping off a cliff, which is known as 'tombstoning.'

Taking to his Twitter account on Wednesday night, Justin told fans about the incident.

However, the Baby hitmaker, who has recently rekindled his romance with on/off girlfriend Selena Gomez, believes the painful injury may delay the release of his upcoming music but he's adamant it won't cause any long-term issues with his career.

He reassured fans on Twitter an hour later:

Meanwhile, it appears the singer is keen to turn over a new leaf following a number of run ins with the law over the past year, and has even given up alcohol and ditched junk food in the hope of boosting his career.

A source said previously: "Justin has been boasting to his friends about his new healthy lifestyle. He no longer drinks and has stopped eating junk food, too. He's had a difficult few months and is hoping that this will give him a fresh start."

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