Fans, even her own children, panicked as Céline Dion updated them on the status of her Las Vegas residency, explaining that she had to postpone it due to health issues. What is up with Celine Dion?
The singer of “My Heart Will Go On” was slated to do a Las Vegas engagement at The Theatre, Resorts World from November through February. However, she has postponed the residence, which “devastates her beyond description.”
Many people were hoping to see Dion perform in Nevada this winter because of his extraordinary talent. Unfortunately, Dion had to cancel the tour at the last minute owing to health reasons.
A press release posted to Instagram explained that “unexpected medical issues” necessitated the singer postponing the opening and cancelling the performances.
According to the publication, Dion’s inability to perform is due to severe and ongoing muscle spasms. Dion is not only sad because of what she had to give up, but also because of her illness, the precise diagnosis of which is unclear.
Dion informed her followers via Instagram that she was “heartbroken by the delay; “I am so disappointed.
To have my crew and I put in eight months of work on a new programme just to learn that we can not debut it until next November is devastating.”
She went on to praise the tireless efforts of her colleagues at Resorts World Las Vegas, and AEG, who she said had built an absolutely breathtaking new theatre from the ground up.
There is no more tremendous disappointment for her than hearing from her many disappointed fans who had planned to fly to Las Vegas to see her perform.
She claimed that she would make an effort to improve. Tributes to the singer have been pouring in, with many hoping for the best for her and eager to see her at her rescheduled shows.
Her supporters have said they would understand if she put her health before her job. However, if she puts her health first, she will undoubtedly make a remarkable recovery in the near future.
The Canadian musician has postponed six shows on her Courage tour until 2023. Although no more dates have been scheduled, her comeback to the stage will take a positive step forward with her September performance in Paris.