German fans are all a little upset at the fact that they won’t be seeing Justin Bieber on their tv sets soon, as was planned.
Teen singer Justin Bieber was scheduled to appear on one of Germany’s most popular game shows, Wetten Dass, but when another performer’s stunt went terribly wrong, Bieber made the hard decision to cancel the appearance.
The appearance would have definitely gained him hundreds or even thousands more German fans, but the live broadcast to 10 million viewers will sadly not be hitting airwaves anytime soon. The stunt that ruined it all was performed by 23-year-old Samuel Koch, who attempted to jump over a moving car wearing shoes with a suspension system and ended up severely injuring himself.
The TV gig would have put Bieber beside big name, like Robbie Williams and Phil Collins. However, Justin took time to send out a tweet to all the fans he may have disappointed:
“Just want to let my people in Germany know I won’t be on Wetten Dass tonight as an accident has taken place and we all don’t think it is right to continue. Please pray for Samuel Koch & his family as we wait and hope for his health and safety.”
And, “Germany I’m sorry we couldn’t perform tonight but some things are more important than putting on a show. We will be back I promise. Thank u.”
Its reported that Koch suffered multiple back injuries and fractures and underwent surgery today. Fortunately, his condition is no longer life-threatening but he remains in critical condition.