Céline Dion is one of the greatest singers of all time. Her talent was discovered when she was still young and at the time she became a teenager she was already on a world tour for her first album.
In 1988, Céline Dion got her breakthrough while representing Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest and won the contest by one point over the United Kingdom.
After releasing, Where Does My Heart Beat Now, The Power of Love, Titanic soundtrack My Heart Will Go On, Because You Loved Me, and became the biggest selling recording artist.
In 1991, she won a grammy award for her version of Beauty and the Beast. She also won an award for the Best Original Song with My Heart Will Go On.
The legendary singer is said to be living the life we all want, but we don’t know is that she has had her fair share of tragedy. In 2016, she lost her husband Rene which left her heartbroken.
She told Today, “Losing my husband, for my kids to lose their father, it was quite something.”
She continued: “I feel like René has given me so much through the years and still today. I see my kids, I look at them — we live with him. We still live with him. He’s part of our lives every day, so I have to say that I feel very, very strong.”
In 2001, Céline Dion welcomed her first son, René-Charles Angélil and in 2010n she welcomed her fraternal twins, Eddy and Nelson.
She said in 2013, “My greatest reward is my children. Unless you are a mum you don’t know what you’re missing or what it even is really. It felt for me that with all my children another heart grew inside of me.”
“I don’t believe in the umbilical cord being cut. For me it’s never cut, once you’re a mum you’re a mum for life – it gives you true meaning to your life and it’s the most important job.”
“Who cares if people like me as a singer or not, they can find other singers and there will be other singers, she added. “But no other mother can be a better mother for my children than me. My children trust me so much, they need me so much – that is priceless to me.”
The Canadian singer spends quality time with her children and they love music just like their mother.
Céline Dion over the years never stopped proving that she’s a legend and according to billboard her 1,141 performances set a new world record and holds the records for the two best-selling residencies of all time.
Céline Dion was ready to own the stage again and her fans couldn’t wait to see her either, but she had a major setback along the way.
In a statement released, the concert was canceled due to unforeseen medical symptoms.
As reported by entertainment online, “Celine has been experiencing severe and persistent muscle spasms which are preventing her from performing.”
“Her medical team continues to evaluate and treat her. However, the symptoms she is experiencing are prohibiting her from participating in the ongoing rehearsals for the new show.”
Céline Dion explains that she is heartbroken because of the turnout of events and hopes she gets better to get on stage soon.
Our prayers are with her and we wish her all the best.