Celine Dion

The five-time Grammy winner enjoyed a hockey game with her three sons nearly a year after revealing her diagnosis with a rare neurological condition.
"There’s little we can do to support her, to alleviate her pain," Claudette Dion said of her famous sibling, who has been diagnosed with stiff person syndrome.
“I’m so sorry to disappoint all of you once again. I’m working really hard to build back my strength, but touring can be difficult even when you’re 100%.”
The five-time Grammy winner surprised fans by unveiling the title track of her forthcoming movie, “Love Again.”
"Obviously, you made a big mistake," said Line Basbous, founder of the Red Heads Celine Dion fan club. "We wanted to make sure that you understand that."
The pop diva was left off the magazine's list of the "200 greatest singers of all time."
The beloved singer announced that her condition has caused her to postpone and cancel some upcoming dates in her world tour.
In a video posted to Instagram, the star shared how stiff-person syndrome is affecting her ability to sing and perform.
The "Easy On Me" singer showed off the framed souvenir in a Vogue interview.
"I'm heartbroken by this," the five-time Grammy winner wrote of her now-postponed return to Las Vegas.