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I’ll return to stage even if I’ve to crawl – Celine Dion Assures


Renowned Canadian singer, Celine Dion has recently expressed her unwavering determination to overcome Stiff Person Syndrome and make a triumphant return to the stage. 

In an interview on the “Today Show with Hoda Kotb”, the celebrated music diva emphasized that she is willing to go to great lengths to achieve this goal, even if it means crawling or using hand gestures to communicate.

“I’m going to go back on stage, even if I have to crawl. Even if I have to talk with my hands, I will. I will,”

Despite keeping her illness a secret for 17 years while supporting her late husband’s battle with cancer and raising their children, Celine Dion finally decided to share her diagnosis with the world. 

She reflected on the challenges she faced, juggling her personal health struggles with the responsibilities of caring for her family and maintaining her career.

“We did not know what was going on [with me]. I did not take the time… I should have stopped, took the time to figure it out. And like it wasn’t enough, my husband as well is fighting for his own life.

“I had to raise my kids, I had to hide, I had to try to be a hero – while feeling my body leaving me, I was holding on to my own dreams. I was unaware of what was happening to my body, and I should have stopped and sought answers. I had to be a hero, even as my body was failing me, I was clinging to my dreams, all while hiding my struggles from those who supported me throughout my career,” she said.

Through her candid revelations, she highlighted the importance of seeking answers and taking care of oneself, even in the face of adversity.

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