Céline Dion reveals a rare neurological disease, which has kept her from the stage, and postpones the show

Céline Dion revealed that she was diagnosed with clumsy person syndrome, or clumsy person syndrome, in a video posted on her official Instagram profile this Thursday (8). Because of this, the Canadian singer will be postponing part of her European tour which was scheduled for February.

“I apologize for taking so long to speak to you,” he said emotionally, in a five-minute register, in both English and French. “I was recently diagnosed with a rare condition called stiff person syndrome, which affects about one in a million people.

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This syndrome involves progressive muscle rigidity and primarily affects the hips and extremities, causing spasms in patients. According to Céline, the problem prevents “vocal cord use”.

“Not much is known about this rare disease, but we now know that it was the cause of the muscle spasms I had,” he added.

interpreter of My Heart Will Continue had canceled their shows in the United States, between late last year and early this year, due to seizures. At that time, he had not disclosed his diagnosis.

As part of a European tour CourageDion plans to start her concerts in the Czech Republic in February.

“I am very sorry to have to tell you that I will not be ready to continue my European tour in February,” explained the artist, who said he was being treated by a “very good medical team”.

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