The world-famous entertainer appeared at an ice hockey game in Las Vegas on Monday.
Celine Dion (55) had a long break from the spotlight after learning she suffered from a rare nervous condition, “stiff person syndrome”.
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This fall, the world star’s sister, Claudette Dion, said the family called about Celine and the children. She and her sister Linda (64) moved into Céline’s house in Las Vegas, where her three sons, René-Charles, Eddy and Nelson, also live.
– I honestly think she needs rest above all. She always tries to be the biggest and strongest, the sister told the French tabloid. Le Journal de Montréal in August.
So many were surprised when Dion appeared at an ice hockey game in Las Vegas on Monday this week.
The singer visited the locker room of the Montreal Canadiens team during the game against the local team Golden Knights.
Canada’s vice-president of hockey, Chantal Machabée, shared two photos from the game with Dion.
– From the big visit during the match in Vegas yesterday. A big thank you to Céline Dion for your generosity. The whole team was very happy to see you and your family again, Machabée wrote under the photos on Instagram on Tuesday.
It was Daily life who first brought up the subject.
Canceled all concerts until 2023 and 2024
It was in December last year that we learned that Celine Dion (55) suffered from “stiff person syndrome”. In a video on Instagram told the global star that she was suffering from spasms due to the illness.
– It pains me to announce to you today that this means that I will not be able to start my European tour in February, said Dion in tears.
Also in 2021, she had to postpone her planned Vegas show due to illness. In May this year, the Canadian megastar canceled all his concerts until 2023 and 2024, due to illness.
– I have been dealing with health problems for a long time and it has been very difficult for me, the “Titanic” singer said in December last year.
“I have to admit it’s a struggle,” she said.
“Stiff person syndrome”, or autoimmune stiffness syndrome as it is called in Norwegian, is according to INSA characterized by stiffness and painful cramps.
Dion has sold more than 250 million records worldwide. She is best known for “My Heart Will Go On,” which accompanied the 1997 film “Titanic.”
In 2016, the 55-year-old was widowed, when her husband and manager René Angelil died of cancer.
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