A photo that reassures, but worries at the same time. In 2019, Celine Dion published her album Courage, three years after Encore un soir and four years after the disappearance of her husband, René Angélil. A time marked by grief, the Quebec star was quick to return to the studio, and even on stage. However, when she seemed set for a flamboyant comeback, everything suddenly stopped a few months ago. After an initial postponement of her tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic, she finally announced, in early January, the cancellation of her dates in the United States, for health problems.
It was enough for from then on, the rumors are going well on the state of health of Celine Dion, who was said to be at worst, unable to walk, taken in particular from “violent muscular spasms” which forced her to live as a recluse in her home in Las Vegas. However, while she recently came out of silence to pay a poignant tribute on the occasion of the six years of her husband’s death, now the singer has given her news, or at least is appeared in public. In a photo published by Paris Match, Thursday January 27, we see her masked and natural with one of her twins whom she obviously accompanied to the dentist.
Celine Dion, the photo that worries https://t.co/BkcsCPwmId pic.twitter.com/P5viAq8TGA
– Paris Match (@ParisMatch) January 26, 2022
There is “nothing serious” according to Celine Dion’s sister
A reassuring snapshot which proves that Celine Dion is ultimately not so unable to walk, but also, worrying, if we compare it to the last appearances of the singer, dressed and in top form despite the thinness that several pins for a few months . If her older sister and godmother Claudette Dion had assured that there “is nothing serious” about the state of health of the star, she had regretted that the latter had “done too much” for her return. “It’s always the same thing: she is terribly demanding with herself”, she had confided, specifying that Celine Dion was also going through, at 53, the period of premenopause, which leads to hormonal changes “which do not don’t help”.
Celine Dion © JB Autissier