Celine Dion She’s not letting her battle with tough guy syndrome stop her from taking the stage once again.
“Celine is a fighter. She doesn’t have as much control over her muscles as she used to, but she’s working with doctors and physiotherapists to get better,” a source exclusively told us weekly, “Celine is taking time to focus on her health, but plans to return to the stage once she gets the green light from her medical team.”
A year ago, Dion revealed via an emotional Instagram video that she was diagnosed with Stiff-Person Syndrome – a rare neurological disorder that causes muscle stiffness and spasms.
In December 2022, she shared, “I’ve been struggling with my health issues for a long time and it’s been really difficult for me to face these challenges and talk about all the things I’ve been going through.”
At that time, Dion announced that she would postpone her adventure world tour Until spring 2024 due to his health. The tour was officially canceled in May.
“Once again I am very sorry to disappoint you all. I’m working really hard to build my strength back, but it can be very difficult to still tour when you’re 100[percent]Dion wrote via Instagram. “It’s not fair to you to keep postponing the show, and even though it breaks my heart, it’s best that we cancel everything now until I’m really ready to get back on stage again May I not happen. I want you all to know, I’m not giving up… and I can’t wait to see you again!’
Another source tells We The Grammy winner “will not give up the fight” against her tough guy syndrome. “She stays positive and upbeat and goes to her physical therapy every day,” the insider said. “It is her constant dream to return to the stage in some form, even though she can no longer sing; She just wants to see those shining faces.”
At the end of the day, her return to the stage “it all depends on her health and how she’s feeling.” The second formula tells We: “She is working with her doctors and other medical professionals and is hoping for a miracle.”
Dion’s family continues to stand by her amid her health struggles. “His kids have been his rock,” a third source shared. We In December 2022, she said, “The twins are very mature for their age and René-Charles takes care of and loves their mother all the time.” (Dion has son René-Charles, 22, and twins Nelson and Eddy, 13, with her late husband René Angélil.)
The “My Heart Will Go On” singer stepped out for a rare public appearance with her sons at a Las Vegas hockey game last month. After watching the Vegas Golden Knights defeat his hometown team, the Montreal Canadiens, Dion met with Canadiens players and coach Martin St. Louis in the team’s locker room.
Earlier this week, Celine’s sister, claudet dionrevealed in an interview with a Canadian magazine that the pop star “doesn’t have control over her muscles”. 7 Days, “It makes me sad that she has always been disciplined. She always worked hard,” Claudette, 75, told the outlet on Monday, December 18. “Mom always told her, ‘You’re going to do this right, you’re going to do this right.’
In addition to claiming that “scientists don’t do much research on this disorder” because “it doesn’t affect that many people”, Claudette thanked her sister’s fans for their support. “People tell us they love him and pray for him,” he said. “He receives many messages, gifts, the blessed cross.”