Celine Dion, the world-renowned singer, was supposed to perform in Copenhagen, Denmark these days. However, she had to cancel her shows due to a rare autoimmune disease that she was diagnosed with last spring.
Last December, the 55-year-old singer publicly disclosed that she had been diagnosed with "Stiff Person Syndrome," a condition that causes muscle spasms and stiffness throughout the body.
Now, her family has provided a devastating update on her health status.
In an interview with Journal de Montréal, Claudette Dion, Celine's 74-year-old sister, revealed that the situation is far from promising for her younger sister. No medicin has worked so far.
"We haven't found any medication that works, but it's crucial to maintain hope," Claudette stated.
Claudette also shared that their sister Linda has moved in with Celine at her home in Las Vegas.
Linda is managing phone calls and email correspondence while Celine is putting in strenuous efforts to regain control over her body.
Dagens.com is keeping its fingers crossed that the family will find medication that can help Celine Dion. In the meantime, we're reminiscing about her incredible live performances, where this memorable moment should be experienced by all.