Justin Bieber may have cancelled the remaining dates of his Purpose world tour - causing much consternation in the process - but it looks like he has had the last laugh, as the figures are in.

The 16-month world tour undertaken by the Biebs was due to run until September but was cancelled at the end of last month.

Nevertheless, it's been revealed that ticket sales on the tour, which began in March 2016, amounted to a whopping $250 million (€212 million) as reported by promoters AEG Presents.

The attendance, meanwhile, ran to an incredible 2.7 million people over 140 dates.

The final 17 dates of the tour - which included three dates in Europe, one of which was at Dublin's RDS - were responsible for $50 million of those ticket sales alone.

No doubt he's enjoying his break...


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