She continued by saying that the spasms affect her daily life to such an extent that she has difficulty walking. Moreover, it doesn’t allow her to use her vocal cords to sing like she used to.

Céline Dion added that she is working with a team of doctors to help her get better, as well as a sports medicine therapist to “build back my strength and my ability to perform again.”

Dion admits it’s been a struggle.

“All I know is singing is what I’ve done all my life, and it’s what I love to do the most. I miss you so much, I miss seeing all of you being on the stage performing for you,” she said, thanking all her fans for their support.

“I want to thank you so much for your wishes and love, and support on my social media. This means a lot to me. Take care of yourselves. Be well. I love you guys so much, and I really hope I can see you again real soon.”

Céline Dion has sold more than 220 million albums throughout her career. In 2003, she began a four-year Las Vegas residency, which became the most successful of all time, grossing more than $385 million.

In 2011, she returned to the Las Vegas stage for a residency at Ceasar’s Palace. According to Billboard, her 1,141 performances set a new world record – Dion also holds the records for the two best-selling residencies of all time.

The two previous Las Vegas residencies alone earned her $680 million. Her net worth is reported to be around $800 million – and in 2019, she made $37 million.

However, the muscle spasm problems and her canceled residency shows have apparently become a financial nightmare for Celine. As reported by gaming website SlotsUp, the My Heart Will Go On star has lost out on over $70 million of revenue, based on her earnings for the Celine residency show.

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