Celine Dion hasn’t been photographed in public in almost three years. On Monday, however, the Canadian singer appeared at a rare hockey game in Las Vegas. The Heart Will Go On crooner’s participation at the game between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Montreal Canadiens was uncommon, since the megastar reportedly avoids the spotlight to deal with her unique stiff-person condition.

Celine revealed her illness to the public in an emotional Instagram video in December. “I’ve always been an open book, as you know, and I wasn’t ready to say anything before, but I’m ready now,” she continued. Celine went on, I’ve had health issues for a long time, and it’s been quite tough for me to confront my obstacles and to go forward.


She described her condition as “a extremely unusual neurological illness called stiff-person syndrome that affects 1 in a million people.” Signs of the diagnosis include muscular spasms and fatigue. “Although we’re still studying about this unique ailment, we now know it’s what’s been causing all of my spasms,” the singer revealed. ”

Calling off her Courage World Tour at the time, she explained how muscle spasms affected her vocal cords, “Unfortunately, these [muscle] spasms affect every aspect of my daily life, sometimes causing difficulties when I walk and not allowing me to use my vocal cords to sing the way I’m used to.


By J Times

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