Solène Delinger 13:52 pm, May 29, 2023

Celine Dion fans are very worried about their idol. On Friday, May 26, 2023, the Quebec diva announced that she had to cancel all her tour dates until 2024, because of her health problems. In an interview with the "Parisian", his friend Michel Drucker gave not very reassuring news of the singer, who would have been enormously isolated...

Celine Dion is not getting any better... On Friday, May 26, 2023, the singer, suffering from a rare neurological pathology, announced that she had to cancel all her tour dates until April 2024 because of her health problems. "I am very sorry to disappoint you all once again. I'm working very hard to regain my strength, but touring can be very difficult even when you're 100%," the 55-year-old Quebec diva said in a statement on her website. "It's not fair for you to keep postponing concerts, and even if it breaks my heart, it's better that we cancel everything now, until I'm really ready to get back on stage. I want you all to know that I don't give up... and that I look forward to seeing you again!"

"She's in her bubble, really"

Celine Dion had already announced last December that she was canceling or postponing concerts scheduled in Europe between February and July 2023. It was at this time that she revealed that she suffers from "stiff man syndrome", a rare disorder, which affects "only about one person in a million and causes muscle spasms. " These spasms affect my everyday life, on many levels. I sometimes have a lot of difficulty walking and I can't always use my vocal cords the way I'd like," she said, her eyes misted with tears.

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Since then, the star would have isolated herself, abandoning her friends, even the closest ones. "I have not had Celine on the phone for a long time, she has cut with everyone, including with her close entourage," revealed his friend Michel Drucker in the columns of the Parisian. "She's in her bubble, really. It's complicated, what she's going through. I don't know if she'll come back, it looks serious. And marathon tours, planetary tours like that, you have to be strong. I hope she will sing again because this is her life," concluded the host, who has himself faced serious health problems in recent months.