- Publish Date
- Wednesday, 1 March 2023, 4:49PM
Last year, Céline Dion revealed she has been diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder.
After a pause due to the pandemic, the 54-year-old singer had been scheduled to resume her Courage World Tour in November 2021.
However, the tour was postponed after she began "experiencing severe and persistent muscle spasms."
The Canadian superstar later shared that she has stiff person syndrome, a "very rare" condition that can cause muscle spasms.
And now her sister, Claudette, has given fans an update on the star's health worries.
Speaking to Le Journal de Montreal, Claudette said: "I am confident that life will give her back what she gave because she is an extremely intelligent woman, so very generous and talented and in love with life as well.
"Rather than crying over her fate, I try to send her positive vibes in the hope that one day she will go back on stage," she added.
"I truly believe in the power of love. I wish her the best of luck, that's for sure. She is surrounded by specialists as she continues to recover."
We're wishing her all the best with her recovery.
Take your Radio, Podcasts and Music with you