Celine Dion has kept a low profile since being diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome last year, which forced her to take a break from performing.
In advance of Valentine’s Day, the My Heart Will Go On singer took to Instagram over the weekend to share memories of happier times in her music career.
The heartfelt message celebrated love while informing Celine’s fans of some important news.
It stated: “Celine’s The Love Songs playlist has been updated again: here is the Let’s Talk About Love version to celebrate love in all its forms! A collection of Celine Dion’s most romantic songs, ideal for your weekend. Enjoy! Celine’s team.”
Many fans used the opportunity to send Celine heartfelt and passionate messages.
“Get well soon, Celine,” one person said, while another added, “Praying for you, Celine,” along with a heart emoji. “You’re on my mind, Celine,” a third person said.
The mother-of-three previously uploaded a video of herself in early December, discussing her extended absence and the health issue stiff person syndrome.
Stiff person syndrome is a rare neurological condition that affects “one in a million people,” according to the celebrity. One of the symptoms of stiff person syndrome is muscle rigidity in the arms and trunk, which is frequently triggered by touch, noise, and mental strain.
Muscle spasms distinguish Celine’s disease. It affects twice as many women as men, and patients are frequently unable to walk or move.
“I’ve been struggling with health issues for a long time, and it’s been incredibly difficult for me to face these obstacles and talk about everything I’ve been going through,” the actress said.
“I’m sorry to inform you that I will not be able to resume my European tour in February.”
“Celine Dion reschedules her Spring 2023 shows to 2024 and cancels eight of her Summer 2023 shows,” the video’s accompanying note stated.
“Please take care of yourself, Celine,” one fan wrote, while another wrote, “We send so much love for you right now!” as fans quickly sent their best wishes to Celine. “Keep your cool and take care of yourself!” “Take care, and I hope you feel better soon,” a third person said.