Celine Dion revealed that she has stiff-person syndrome, a rare and incurable neurological condition.

SPS, or stiff-person syndrome, is a neurological and autoimmune disorder that causes muscles to stiffen gradually, resulting in painful and incapacitating spasms.

These spasms affect every aspect of her daily life, causing difficulty walking and preventing her from using her vocal cords to sing as she used to.

The Grammy-winning singer has stated that singing is her only true passion. She expressed her optimism.

"I really miss you," she said. "I miss seeing you all, being on stage and performing for you." I always give my all during my performances, but my health prevents me from doing so right now."

She stated that she has fought with her health for some time, adding that she has a superb team of medical specialists and the support of her children.

Dion had planned a triumphant return to Las Vegas late last year, but "severe and persistent muscle spasms" kept her from performing in both the tour and the upcoming residency.

Dion's spring 2023 concerts have been rescheduled for 2024, and eight summer 2023 concerts have been canceled.