Justin Bieber is glad his wife Hailey Bieber is okay after a recent medical emergency but he says the whole incident was really scary.

The Grammy winner, 28, opened up about how his wife had to be rushed to the hospital on March 10, during his latest “Justice” tour stop in Denver, Colorado, following a power outage at the event on Wednesday, according to Page Six.

He started off by talking about the unexpected power outage, but then spoke about his wife's health scare, People reported.

"Life randomly throws you curveballs. You know, we can't really control much. You know, tonight the power cutting out," he shared. "Obviously you guys know, most of you probably know or seen the news about my wife, not sure if you guys seen. She's OK, she's good. It's been scary, you know, it's been really scary but I know for a fact that God has her in the palm of his hands," he added.

Hailey, 25, revealed that she had been hospitalized after having "stroke-like symptoms" on her Instagram Story on Saturday, March 12, two days after she was taken to the hospital.

"They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours," she wrote, adding that the incident "was definitely one of the scariest moments I've ever been through" but that she was "home now and doing well."

A source told People on Monday that the “Sorry” singer was "very worried" about his wife. "He can barely sleep. He stays up watching her while she rests," the insider said.

A second source added that the ordeal came as a shock to the couple. "When it happened, there was a lot of panic. Justin texted everyone he knew and asked everyone to pray for her, and he never left her side," the source added.

Bieber was in the midst of performing his hit number "Yummy" when the lights, sound equipment, and video monitors shut down, according to TMZ.

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber attend The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

About 30 minutes later, he returned to the stage to do a stripped-back performance. The technical problems were reportedly caused by an electrical fire at the venue, and show producers used a generator to continue the performance, a tour representative confirmed to TMZ.