Celine Dion forced to cancel world tour due to ongoing battle with incurable neurological disorder
Following her battle with an incurable neurological condition, Canadian singer Celine Dion, 55, has made the difficult decision to cancel her Courage international tour.
The singer had already postponed several performances after publicly revealing her diagnosis of Stiff Person Syndrome in December.
On Friday, May 26, Celine took to Instagram to announce the postponement of her world tour, explaining that she is currently “working really hard to build back her strength.”
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She posted an image of her tour dates, expressing deep disappointment as she wrote, “It is with tremendous disappointment that we have to announce today the cancellation of the Courage World Tour.”
Apologizing to her fans, she acknowledged the recurrent disappointment caused by the cancellations.
Celine emphasized the challenges of touring, even under the best circumstances, and recognized that it wouldn’t be fair to continue postponing shows.
She stated, “Even though it breaks my heart, it’s best that we cancel everything now until I’m really ready to be back on stage again.”
Despite the setbacks, Celine assured her devoted fans that she is not giving up. With unwavering determination, she expressed her eagerness to return to the stage and reunite with her beloved audience.
Concluding her announcement, she added, “I can’t wait to see you again!”