Justin Bieber's manager has defended the pop superstar after a string of bizarre antics, saying he is in a "great place".
While the Canadian singer, 19, recently endured a nightmare week in London where he was late to a concert, collapsed on stage and had a fight with a photographer, Scooter Braun insists the star is fine.
"There's nothing wrong with him. He's in a great place. Justin is good, really good," he told E! News.
The Baby singer has also defended himself, saying he is "only human".
He said the last week had been tough, but tried to reassure fans he is doing well.
"It was a hard week. I worked out every morning and had to do a big show in the evening," he told German newspaper Bild.
"When people point a camera in your face the whole day and scream ugly things in your face... I'm just human. I'm far away from home; I miss my folks, my siblings, my friends.
"I don't regret anything. I've learned from every single mistake I made."
He tried to allay fears about his personal life, claiming music and his fans are still his number one priority.
"I try to stay humble. Honestly, I'm still the boy from Canada who just wants to share his music with the world," he explained.
"I want to have a family one day. But at the moment I'm just grateful that I can do want I love to do."
Selena split caused meltdown
It came as claims emerged that he was going through a meltdown following the split from his girlfriend of two-years Selena Gomez at the start of the year.
"He simply hasn't been the same since he split from Selena. It really broke him," a source said.
"They were together for such a long time for two people so young. He hasn't quite known what to do without her.
"He is lonely. They kept each other very grounded and understood the level of fame that they both had. Now his friends know he needs their support more than ever."
Justin's grandmother Kathy Bieber has also come to his defence against accusations he has turned into a bad boy, but insists he should put on a free concert for his fans in the UK.
"I don't think for one moment this is all about him being a bad boy. He's only just turned 19 and he's still learning to cope with the pressures of fame," she said.
"But it's worrying. You read all sorts of things about him ... and he needs to understand some of those so-called friends probably don't have his best interests at heart.
"I know he will be feeling depressed about the way things have gone in London, so maybe it would be a good idea if he were to go back there later and perform free for the fans who feel let down by him."
Bieber will continue his The Believe Tour in Portugal this week, but has cancelled one of two dates in Lisbon due to "unforeseen circumstances".