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    Justin Bieber has a message for his fans after announcing the cancellation of the remaining dates of his Purpose World Tour Monday.

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    The singer was seen in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon, hours after the announcement, TMZ reported. Video recorded by paparazzi shows him being asked about the cancellation and if he was OK.

    “Yeah, everything’s fine,” Bieber told the paparazzi. 

    An official statement said that the tour was canceled “due to unforeseen circumstances.” Tickets will be refunded to fans.

    Billboard reported that the singer canceled the rest of the dates because he was feeling burned out. His comments in the video reflect that sentiment.

    Related: Justin Bieber cancels last leg of Purpose World Tour

    After saying that he’s been on tour for two years, Bieber said he’s “just resting, getting some relaxation.”

    “We’re gonna ride some bikes,” he told the paparazzi. 

    At the end of the clip, Bieber apologized to his fans.

    “I love you guys. I think you guys are awesome,” Bieber said. “I’m sorry for anyone who feels, like, disappointed or betrayed. It’s not in my heart or anything, and have a blessed day.”

    Watch a video of Bieber’s message to fans below.

    Garth Brooks participated in a special moment with one couple during his Friday tour stop at the Forum in Inglewood, California.

    Wesley and Katy Hansen, who are expecting their first child, wanted the country superstar to help them reveal the sex of their unborn baby. They held up a sign that said, “Working on a full house. Girl or boy?”

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    When Brooks noticed the couple’s poster, he told them to come toward the stage. They made their way to the front and handed him a sealed envelope containing the baby’s sex.

    Related: Trisha Yearwood helps pull off this big surprise for her hit-making husband, Garth Brooks

    “You don’t know, and it’s in here?” Garth asked, as he took the envelope from the expecting wife. To his surprise, the couple promised that they’d name their baby Brooks no matter the outcome.

    “All of the sudden I’m nervous,” the father of three said. Brooks started to get teary-eyed when he opened up the envelope and realized the two are having a baby girl.

    “I’ve got to tell you that I’m extremely happy for you because I have three of these,” Brooks said. “Now you tell them that they don’t need some stinking boy to tell them how cool they are.”

    The singer then made an offer that made the moment even more special.

    “We’ll make a deal,” he said, “If I am still alive when Brooks goes to college, we’ll pay for her college.”

    Watch a fan-recorded video of the reveal below.

    Justin Bieber has canceled the last leg of his Purpose World Tour, a Monday statement on his website said.

    According to TMZ,the pop singer had 14 shows left. The tour started March 9 in Seattle.

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    “It wasn’t a decision made overnight,”an insider told Variety, which confirmed the news. “He’s had some time off and was able to consider his commitments.”

    A post on the singer’s official site confirms that the remainder of the concerts will be canceled “due to unforeseen circumstances.”

    “Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them. He thanks his fans for the incredible experience of the Purpose World Tour over last 18 months,” the post said. “He is grateful and honored to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across 6 continents during this run. However, after careful consideration he has decided he will not be performing any further dates. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.”

    The tour had remaining dates in North America and Asia after 154 previously performed stadium shows. The shows section of Bieber’s website now only contains the statement on the cancellation.