Celine Dion will return to the stage

Celine Dion will return to the stage

Two years ago, French-Canadian singer Celine Dion, 56, revealed that she had a rare neurological disease called stiff person syndrome.

The disease causes severe pain in the form of muscle stiffness and spasms, and for many means life in a wheelchair, he says. Norwegian Health Informatics.

Shares openly: - Feels very embarrassed

Shares openly: – Feels very embarrassed


Naturally, the diagnosis also led to a long stay in the career of a successful musician. But according to the sun Fans shouldn't have to wait long to see their favorite artist perform again.

The site now writes that the artist has been training in hiding for more than eight months in the hope of performing again after four years away from the stage.

He speaks: Celine Dion talks about living with illness and seizures. Image: Amazon Prime

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Despite the star's terminal illness, she is said to be planning to perform her biggest hits on stage in a 70-minute show.

The site writes that Dion will perform a number of concerts at the Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas in November – around the same time as the Formula 1 Grand Prix takes place in the big city.

- I didn't know he could kill me.

– I didn't know he could kill me.


Sources told The Sun that there are also plans to postpone the shows to a later date if health problems worsen.

Concert organizer AEG will be in charge of the event, where a “short test” will be launched first to see if the singer is up to the challenges of performing live.

He speaks: Celine Dion talks about living with illness and seizures. Image: Amazon Prime

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Shocking pictures

The My Heart Will Go On singer last performed on stage in New Jersey in March 2020. After the pandemic, she was forced to cancel her world tour.

- I do not want to die

– I do not want to die


Two years later came the shocking news of the diagnosis. A documentary was recently released that gave fans an insight into the singer's difficult health challenges.

Here, among other things, viewers witness Dion undergo a ten-minute epileptic seizure.

Anfal: The singer exposes himself in the new documentary and shares honest moments marked by illness. Photo: Amazon Prime

Anfal: The singer exposes himself in the new documentary, sharing honest moments marked by illness. Photo: Amazon Prime
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Scenes from the documentary show the 56-year-old gasping for air and suffering painful convulsions, as healthcare workers desperately try to help her.

“Every time something like this happens, I feel so embarrassed. I don’t know how to express myself, but… you have no control over yourself,” Dion says of the attack.

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Despite the diagnosis, Dion is determined to return to the stage.

“I still imagine that I can dance and sing. I always find a plan B or C. That’s how I am. If I can’t run, I’ll walk. If I can’t walk, I’ll crawl. But I won’t stop,” she explains in the documentary.

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