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Celine Dion gives health update - 'I don't know if I'll be able to sing again'

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Canadian megastar Celine Dion has sold out stadiums, topped worldwide charts and broken records with her award-winning voice.

But for the last two years, the singer has been robbed of her talent by stiff person syndrome (SPS) – a devastating neurological disorder that causes spasms, muscle rigidity and chronic pain. “Last year, I got to a point where I couldn’t walk,” she says in a new TV documentary, breaking down in tears. “I was losing my balance a lot and I can’t use my voice yet.

Music – I miss it a lot.” Celine, 56, opens up about her struggles with SPS in her Amazon Prime Video special I Am: Celine Dion .

Filmed after she was forced to cancel her 2021 Las Vegas residency, the 100-minute documentary sees Celine talk about her health, the impact SPS has had on her career, and the reality of her day-to-day life.

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