Céline Dion diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome

Renowned Canadian singer Céline Marie Claudette Dion, commonly known as Céline Dion, revealed that she has been diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, a rare neurological disorder earlier on Thursday.

In a video message to her fans released on December 8, the 54-year-old revealed that she has been diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, which is a very rare neurological disorder that can cause muscle spasms.

Reminding her fans that she has always been an open book, Céline Dion confessed that she has been dealing with health complications for a while, however, she wasn’t ready to reveal the details before.

Opening up about the difficulties she is now facing due to the stiff-person syndrome, Céline Dion said that the muscle spasms affect almost every aspect of her life.

Céline Dion regretfully announced that due to the diagnosis, she won’t be able to restart her European tour this February as the syndrome doesn’t allow her to sing the way she’s used to.

The Canadian singer said that her kids and spouse have been a constant support and are giving her hope, adding that a team of great doctors is aiding her recovery.

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