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Celine Dion breaks down over 'rare' health condition: 'It's been a struggle'

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Celine Dion, who has been battling Stiff Person's Syndrome for the last two years, broke down when discussing her rare health condition as she admitted: "It's been a struggle".

It comes as the 56 year old Canadian stars in her new documentary, I Am: Celine Dion, which takes a look at her life-altering illness.The touching first-look trailer of the new Prime Video documentary gives a glimpse into her personal battles as Celine discusses her rare condition.The My Heart Will Go On singer was diagnosed with Stiff Person's Syndrome in 2022 which is a rare neurological condition that causes muscle stiffness and painful spasms.

In the emotionally charged preview, Celine is seen tearfully saying: "I'm ready," before admitting with poignant honesty, "If I can't run, I'll walk".The footage captures her vulnerability and determination amidst her health challenges.

In a heartfelt confession to the camera, Celine reminisces about her peak performing days and how much she yearns to return to the stage. "Every day, I have to admit, It's been a struggle," she shares, with scenes of her receiving assistance for her mobility interspersed throughout, reports the Mirror.

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