How is Celine Dion? Her sister gives a health update
Since Celine Dion made her terminal illness public, the singer has remained silent. Your sister is now in touch with the update.
Celine Dion fans are concerned. The singer had to cancel all of her concerts due to health reasons.
This was announced by the singer’s management on Instagram in May.
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The 55-year-old also spoke out in the post and confirmed: “I am so sorry I have to disappoint you all again. I am working hard to get my strength back.”
Last December, Celine Dion addressed her fans with a sad reason. In an Instagram video, she announced that she has Stiff Person Syndrome.
A new photo, posted to a Twitter fan account, shows the musician beaming, thus suggesting that she is slowly getting better.
Celine Dion suffers from the autoimmune disease “hardened person syndrome”.
After a long radio silence, her sister is now speaking and giving a healthy update.
“We’re confident we can do it,” says Claudette Dionne (74) on the Canadian TV show Bonsoir Bonsoir.
After Celine Dion (55) in She had to cancel her tour due to health reasons, her sister Claudette Dionne (74) is now giving an update on the singer’s condition. “I know she works hard,” she reportedly said on the Canadian TV show “Bonsoir Bonsoir,” as reported by “Journaldesfemmes.”
It was in december Dion announced that she had the autoimmune disease Hardened Person Syndrome. Since she first postponed her tour and then canceled it completely, her fans are very worried. Her sister is now giving a small glimmer of hope. “I know she works hard. We’re all crossing our fingers and I’m glad people are concerned.” And she continues, “We are confident in our ability to do this. Such a story cannot be.
It also reminds us of Conversation with her famous sisterr where she said to her: “It can’t be. Heaven has sinned.” Then the pop star replied, “You make me cry.”
Celine Dion had to cancel the tour
Celine Dion had already revealed in October 2021 that she was suffering from “severe and permanent muscle cramps”. In December 2022, the “My Heart Will Go On” singer revealed that she had been diagnosed with the rare neurological condition Stiff Person Syndrome. In stressful situations, this leads to muscle spasms and makes it impossible to perform. She had initially postponed her “Courage World Tour”, on May 26 canceling all high-profile concerts in Europe.
She wrote on Instagram at the time: “I am so sorry to disappoint you all again. I am working hard to get my strength back, but touring can be so stressful even when you are 100 percent fit.” It’s not fair that fans keep postponing shows. “Even though it breaks my heart, we’d better just call everything off now until I’m really ready to get on stage again.” She continued, “I want you all to know I’m not giving up…and I can’t wait to see you again.”
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