I know for sure that there is one person in the world, beautiful, pleasant and kind with burning eyes and a dazzling smile. This is the legend of the world Celine Dion ❤️❤️ She seems to me
hears the melody of flowers in the noise of the wind. She sees the beauty of the invisible. She feels the impulses and aspirations of life. She knows when to run and when to rest; when it’s time to laugh and when it’s time to cry; when is the time to hold on and when is the time to let go… Beautiful, amazing and she has a pure soul, like her I have never met anywhere else.
I love you so much
and all my life I will love you, appreciate and respect you, I will never forget you
I’m sorry that I couldn’t be there for the time spent, I’ll pray for You….! I need you very much…..!
The source continued to give an update on the illness, said to turn sufferers into ‘human statues’, adding: “Her back has become hunched and her muscle spasms are, at times, unbearable.”. Picture: Getty
Speaking to The National Enquirer, the insider said: “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,” they said.
The source continued to give an update on the illness, said to turn sufferers into ‘human statues’, adding: “Her back has become hunched and her muscle spasms are, at times, unbearable.”
The news comes after it was confirmed Celine Dion, is being cared for by their sister Linda who has moved into Celine’s home alongside her three sons René-Charles, Eddy, and Nelson.
Speaking last month, her sister Claudette said that Linda and the rest of Celine’s family are working closely with researchers and doctors to help find treatment for the rare illness.
Speaking to Le Journal de Montreal (via SheMazing), Claudette spoke of Celine’s life behind closed doors.
“When I call her and she’s busy, I speak to my sister Linda who lives with her and tells me that she’s working hard.
“She’s listening to the top researchers in the field of this rare disease as much as possible,” Claudette said.
Speaking of her sister’s decision to cancel her Courage World Tour, she explained the star had had little choice.
“I honestly think that she mostly needs to rest. She always goes above and beyond, she always tries to be the best and top of her game.
“At one point, your heart and your body are trying to tell you something. It’s important to listen to it,” she said.
Claudette added that they ‘trust’ Celine to find a rehabilitation that work for her and allows her to return to the world stage.
“[Performing] is innate to her, she’s disciplined in every area of her life… We can’t find any medicine that works, but having hope is important,” she said.
The singer revealed in December 2022 that she was battling a rare neurological disorder named Stiff Person Syndrome.
The condition affects one in a million people, and causes muscles to tense uncontrollably, and leaves people like ‘human statues’ as it locks the body into rigid positions, leaving them unable to walk or talk.
There is no cure for SPS, but there are treatments that slow down the progression, and Celine has said that she is doing all she can to reduce symptoms.