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Justin Bieber Leaves Hospital, Still “Feeling A Little Under The Weather"

Justin Bieber’s rough week in London is ending on a good note – the pop star was released from the hospital early Friday morning following a brief stay.

“He’s been released from the hospital early this a.m. after a check-up and while he’s feeling a little under the weather, he’s planning on going ahead with tonight’s show,” a Bieber rep said.

The 19-year-old was taken to the hospital Thursday night after collapsing on stage at O2 Arena in London. He complained of being “very light of breath” and receiving oxygen from paramedics, according to his manager Scooter Braun.

Braun got on stage and explained the situation to Bieber’s fans. “Justin got very light of breath. The whole show he’s been complaining, and he’s backstage with the EMTs and the doctor,” he announced. “They’re telling him that they want him to go see somebody and see what’s going on with his lungs.”

The health scare is the latest in a string of unfortunate events for Bieber on his London visit. He claimed to have had his “worst birthday ever” last week because of reports claiming he was celebrating his 19th birthday at a London nightclub with Will Smith’s underage son, 14-year-old Jaden. Bieber defended himself on Instagram with a solid black picture and the caption: “The funny moment when people believe I brought underage people to a club.. U think Will is letting his 14 year old in a club, I don’t think so.”

On Tuesday, he took to Twitter to apologize to fans for being late for a concert Monday night. “Last night I was scheduled after three opening acts to go on stage at 9:35, not 8:30, but because of some technical issues I got on at 10:10. So I was 40 minutes late to the stage,” he wrote. “There is no excuse for that and I apologize for anyone we upset. However it was a great show and I’m proud of that.”

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Karate Kid Jaden Smith Wants To Train In Hong Kong

The Karate Kid star Jaden Smith  is heading back to the Far East to perfec t his martial arts skills after learning how to fight in China as part of his preparation for the movie remake.
The 11-year-old actor – son of Hollywood stars Will Smith and Jada Pink ett Smith – spent last summer (09) in China training with experts from hi s co-star Jackie Chan’s personal stunt team before shooting the action fi lm.
Chan recently admitted he was impressed by the boy’s skill and dedicati on to martial arts, and has tipped Smith to become the next great action star.
He said, “After the movie, I told Will, ‘Don’t waste his talent; he’s j ust so good.’ He’s (Jaden) still training every day.” The new version of The Karate Kid has become a huge box office hit for the youngster, taking a staggering $56 million and beating The A-Team movie to the top of the box office in its opening weeke nd.
And Smith has no plans to quit training now he’s done with the movie – and he’s begging his mum to take him to Hong Kong to continue mastering h is fight skills.
Pinkett Smith says, “Now he’s asking to send him to Hong Kong for two m onths so he can continue his training. So I’ll probably go to Hong Kong f or two months and do that.” And the actress wants to make the long-haul journey another family affa ir – because her nine-year-old daughter Willow wants to improve the langu age skills she picked up while her brother was filming in China last year (09).
Pinkett Smith adds, “I’ll take Willow because she’s learning Mandarin. She loves to learn Mandarin.”