Celine Dion is going through a tough time due to a condition called stiff person syndrome, which sadly has no cure. This has made her step back from singing, performing, and being in the public eye after decades of fame.
In 2022, she had to cancel her world tour because of the diagnosis, and despite efforts, no medicine has been found to help. In November, she made a surprise appearance at a hockey game, looking happy, but recent reports are not so optimistic.
According to Radar Online, Celine is struggling with ongoing issues with her vocal cords and is really eager to get back on stage. The 55-year-old singer is even willing to sing from a wheelchair if that’s what it takes. She’s undergoing extensive treatment, but her prognosis isn’t looking good.
Celine’s sister, Claudette, mentioned that she doesn’t have control over her muscles, including the vocal cords, making it difficult to sing. While Celine dreams of returning to the stage, the form it might take is uncertain.
People with stiff person syndrome often end up in wheelchairs, and although this doesn’t bother Celine too much, losing her famous voice is a big struggle. An insider revealed that Celine would be happy just sitting and singing to entertain her audience, but her voice isn’t coming back the way it needs to for performing or recording.
There are spasms in her vocal cords that disrupt her singing, and unfortunately, it seems surgery or therapy might not be able to fix it. Our hearts go out to Celine Dion and her loved ones during this challenging time.