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Céline Dion Shocks With Topless Vogue Cover In Big Return Amid Health Battle

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Céline Dion isn’t letting her health battle get her down. The 56-year-old songstress was diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome — a rare autoimmune neurological condition that causes stiffness and spasms of the muscles — back in 2022.

She’s been very open about her daily struggles with the disease but has also said she’s “determined” to get back out there into show business.

And lately she’s doing exactly that! She had a major surprise appearance at the Grammys earlier this year, and she’s shocking fans once again with a Vogue France cover!

A TOPLESS one! OMG! In the absolutely stunning black and white cover, Céline is wearing some itty bitty shorts and an oversized unbuttoned top which leaves little to the imagination.

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