The famous Canadian singer Celine Dion announced on Thursday that she had postponed her world tour originally scheduled for next February, due to a neurological disease.
“I always give 100% in my concerts, but right now I’m in no condition to do so,” said the singer in a video posted on social networks.
In this message, relayed by the Canadian media, the Quebec artist notes that this disease, which affects approximately one person in a million, is the cause of the muscle spasms that have been plaguing her for quite some time.
She says the condition, called Moersch-Woltman syndrome (Stiff person syndrome), affects her everyday life, especially when she walks and uses her vocal cords. According to the media, a medical therapist helps the artist daily by subjecting her to physical training aimed at restoring her strength and endurance.