Celine Dion has been diagnosed with a rare disease. He had to cancel his European tour

Popular Canadian singer Céline Dion told her fans on her Instagram account that she was suffering from a serious illness. He had to cancel his European tour due to an incurable disease. He will now focus on medication that should ease the symptoms of the disease.

Canadian star Céline Dion announced the sad news to the world. Doctors diagnosed him with what is called Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS). This very rare neurological disease causes muscles to become stiff and leaves a person unable to control his own movements.

“I’ve been suffering from health issues for a long time and it’s hard for me to turn it down and talk about it,” the singer revealed in an emotional message to fans. As he said, PSP affects about one in a million people. “We now know what’s causing the seizures I’ve been having lately,” explains Dion.

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However, the singer reassured fans by stating that he has an excellent team of doctors. However, due to illness, he had to cancel a European tour he had planned for February. He was also supposed to perform in the Czech Republic. Therefore, O2 Arena has issued a press statement regarding the rescheduling of the concert date which was originally scheduled for February 24, 2023. The current replacement date is set for March 6, 2024. All tickets purchased will remain valid.

“It hurts me to tell you that I won’t be ready to continue my European tour in February. I miss seeing you all, being on stage, performing for you. I always give 100% for my concerts, but unfortunately it’s not possible now .. can get back to you as soon as possible, I have no choice now but to focus on my health. I really hope that I am on my way to recovery,” said Céline Dion.

You can listen to the singer’s touching message here:

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