Since the singer appeared to have shed a large amount of weight, magazines have been discussing Céline Dion’s health. Her supporters expressed their worry, claiming that she no longer resembles her former self.
On the other side, she asserted that she ought to be left alone. The singer, who was born in Canada, said in a recent interview with The Sun that she doesn’t want to talk about her appearance if she likes it. Make no effort. Avoid taking a photo. I’ll be there if you want me to be. Please leave me alone if you don’t.”
However, a spokesman for her recently said that Dion experiences muscle spasms, which limit her ability to perform on stage. Dion was then obliged to postpone a number of concert dates in Las Vegas, first in November of last year and then from January 19 to February 5, 2022, due to the epidemic, which had a profound impact on the lives of many people.
According to the statement, Celine has been dealing with severe and ongoing muscle spasms that keep her from performing.
“Her medical staff is still monitoring and treating her. She is unable to take part in the current show rehearsals due to the symptoms she is having, though.
The singer expressed her sorrow over the postponed concert dates and the health problems she has been having on Instagram.
“Good day, everyone. I apologize for taking so long to get in touch with you. In the video, Dion can be heard saying, “I miss you all so much and I can’t wait to be on stage talking to you in person.
“As you are aware, I have always been honest, and while I wasn’t ready to speak up before, I am now. I’ve had health issues for a very long time, and it has been really difficult for me to face these difficulties and to share everything I’ve been through.
I recently learned that I have the stiff-person syndrome, an extremely unusual neurological condition that affects around one in a million people. Even while we’re still studying about this uncommon ailment, we now know that it’s the reason for all of the spasms I’ve been experiencing. Unfortunately, these spasms interfere with every area of my everyday life, sometimes making it difficult for me to walk and preventing me from singing as normally as I used to.
On July 1, 2019, Celine Dion was spotted out and about in Paris, France. (Image courtesy of Getty Images, Mehdi Taamallah/NurPhoto))
She stated, “I have to say it’s been a struggle, but I’m working hard with my sports medicine therapist every day to build back my strength and my ability to perform again. “Singing is all I know. It’s what I’ve always done and what I most like doing.
“I really miss you. I miss playing for you and seeing all of you on stage. I usually give it my all when I perform, but due to my health, I can give it to you right now,” she added.
“I want to thank you so much for your encouraging wishes, love, and support on my social media,” Dion said at the end of the video. I greatly value this.
“Look after yourselves. Good luck. I adore you all so much and I sincerely want to see you soon.
Las Vegas, the city that Dion considers to be her home, has a history with her. Her involvement with “Sin City” began in 2003, when she started a four-year residence there that was a major success, earning approximately $385 million.
A few years later, Dion returned to the Las Vegas stage for a residency at Caesar’s Palace and, according to Billboard, set a new record with 1,141 appearances.
She currently holds the titles for the two most successful residencies ever.
Dion had stated that her tour would start in May 2022, but the dates have now been further postponed due to her ongoing health concerns. She postponed her residency in Las Vegas at the same time.
She made $680 million from her two prior residencies in Las Vegas alone. Her estimated net worth is $800 million, and in 2019, she earned $37 million.
Based on her revenues from the Celine residency performance, it has been estimated that the singer lost almost $70 million in revenue as a result of not performing.
Aside from that, she is content that her time off allowed her to spend more time with her kids.