Celine Dion ‘likely to never sing in public again’ due to life altering condition

Celine Dion 'likely to never sing in public again' due to life altering condition




Iconic My Heart Will Go On singer Celine Dion may never sing in front of an audience again as her stiff-person syndrome is reportedly leading to a deterioration in her health

Celine Dion is likely to never sing to her adoring fans again, according to reports.

The iconic songstress, 55, was recently diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome and is said to be struggling to find medications that work for her. The condition is set to leave her fans devastated with news circulating that she might have to quit her career after postponing gigs for this year and next in May.


It is something the My Heart Will Go On singer will not decide lightly, with her often opening up about the love of performing. But she’s currently said to be so debilitated by the condition that she doesn’t like leaving the house.

Now, an insider had revealed the troubles to star is facing at home, claiming she is susceptible to falling and suffering from “unbearable” spasms. The source told The National Enquirer: “”Celine hasn’t been photographed in public in almost 600 days — and with good reason. She has trouble walking and is at the mercy of loud noises that trigger spasms, which make her susceptible to failing. Her back has become hunched and her muscle spasms are, at times, unbearable.”


And the source claimed the condition is continuing to get worse. She has recently moved her sister Linda into her home she shares with her three sons René-Charles, Eddy, and Nelson. Sister Claudette recently revealed Celine is listening to doctors in a bid to find a cure.


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