Celine Dion has canceled the remaining dates of her upcoming European tour due to her deteriorating health. The singer said she is “doing a little bit better” but is still suffering from muscle spasms. She also canceled the remainder of her North American tour in January due to her slow recovery from the spasms. Prior to the pandemic, the singer had completed 52 dates on her Courage tour.
Muscle spasms have been the source of multiple delays in Celine Dion’s tour schedule over the last year. Although her Las Vegas residency was originally scheduled to begin in November 2020, that date has now been postponed until February 20, 2023. The singer is reportedly in better health and wants to return to performing soon.
While there’s no definitive diagnosis, the star has sought medical treatment for her muscle spasms. She has not yet revealed the nature of her illness, although her sister said it isn’t life-threatening. Muscle spasms are caused by a variety of conditions, including nerve disorders and thyroid problems. In addition, severe spasms can also be caused by a disorder called dystonia, which can cause jerky muscle movements and can be characterized by unusual body twisting or blinking.
The singer was recently criticized for her weight loss and her appearance at fashion events. Many people have questioned her new body and whether she’s suffering from an eating disorder. However, the singer has denied these accusations, explaining that she has always been thin and lean, and her diet is the reason for her new figure. The singer was even interviewed by Good Morning America and denied the rumors of an eating disorder.
Many people who drastically lose weight experience muscle spasms. This can be a symptom of a dangerously low level of potassium. Hypokalemia causes muscle cramps, weakness, and even paralysis. Another possible reason for Celine Dion’s weight loss could be due to emotional issues. Since the death of her husband, the singer has had to deal with a lot of grief.
While in New York for fertility treatment, Celine Dion revealed she was pregnant. She was undergoing IVF, a method of artificial insemination, with her husband, manager Rene Angelil. During her pregnancy, Celine revealed she had a second embryo in storage at a New York fertility clinic. However, she stressed that this doesn’t mean she’s having twins.
Her IVF pregnancy was unsuccessful, but the couple has been hopeful for several years. After her first pregnancy, Celine and Rene Angelil decided to freeze the extra embryos. The couple also tried a variety of treatments to get pregnant, including IVF. The couple eventually had a baby boy, and are now hoping to have another one.
Inner ear disorder
The singer was sidelined from her live performances for over a month due to an internal ear disorder. Her condition, called labyrinthitis, causes hearing difficulties and impaired balance. Dion was initially reluctant to undergo surgery to dry out her vocal cords. She returned to performing after the condition improved, and she is now 95 percent better.
The singer’s illness led to her cancellation of several concerts, including those scheduled for January. The good news is that her schedule included time for sight-seeing with her children. This was a huge comfort to the singer, and she had plenty of quality time with her kids while she couldn’t perform.
Return to stage in 2023
Celine Dion’s concert tour is on hold for now due to a long-term health issue. The singer has been suffering from muscle spasms for months, and has postponed several European dates in 2022, as well as her residency in Las Vegas. Since last November, she has been forced to cancel many shows because of her illness, and she recently announced that she is not “there yet.” In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, she said her health has worsened, and it is taking her longer to recover than she had anticipated.
The singer’s health has been in the spotlight recently, as she has been quiet on social media in recent months. Her Instagram accounts have been quiet, and she even posted a message about her health problems in an attempt to gain some attention. Since April, Celine Dion hasn’t shared anything on social media. However, she did share an image of her pain-stricken face in tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II.