In May, international superstar Celine Dion, 55, confirmed that she felt compelled to cancel the world tour she was on, due to illness.
“I’m working really hard to get my strength back, but going on tour can be hard even when you’re at 100 percent. It’s not fair that I keep postponing concerts, and even though it breaks my heart, it’s best if we just cancel everything — right away until I’m ready to go back to the stage,” was one of the things I said wrote at that time.
The 55-year-old has long suffered from the nerve disease Stiff Person Syndrome, which in Norwegian is called autoimmune sclerosing syndrome. The disease causes increased muscle stiffness and painful spasms, and for many means living in a wheelchair, according to Dr Norwegian Health Informatics.
There is no cure for this disease.
– Said a source close to the artist Celine, most likely, she will not tour again CNN At the time, adding that she was “in a lot of pain and has to receive daily physiotherapy.”
Since then, there’s been silence from Dion, but now, in a new interview with the TV show “Bonsoir Bonsoir,” her sister Claudette Dion, 74, is opening up about the artist’s struggles.
– She works hard and we are sure that we will succeed. And she said, according to the French magazine, that the matter could not end like this Women’s Journal.
The artist’s illness became known for the first time in 2022.
– We’re all crossing our fingers and I’m glad people are worried.
Furthermore, the older sister was able to talk about a very emotional phone conversation she had recently with the 55-year-old, in which Claudette was said to have stated that “heaven was wrong.”
“You make me cry,” Celine Dion is said to have replied.
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