“I’m Sorry to Let You Down,” says Celine Dion as she cancels her European tour due to a rare illness.

The musician has taken a break because of serious health problems. Celine Dion has pulled out of 42 upcoming shows. The artist, who is 55 years old, has stopped working for a while. Celine said that she wouldn’t be able to finish her Courage tour in European places because the pandemic had cut it short. The singer of the hit song “My Heart Will Go On” has canceled all shows she was scheduled to do until April 2024.

Dion plans to use her free time to work on getting healthier. In December, the five-time “Grammy” winner told the world about her terrible illness. Celine was given a diagnosis of Muscular Stiffness Syndrome, a disease of the central nervous system that causes serious muscle spasms that lock the body and make it hard to walk or talk.

The singer was supposed to play for the first time since she got out of quarantine in February, but she got sick and had to put off her plans until the summer of 2023. Today, the pop singer said that she would not be going on her 42-city European tour. Dion worries that she won’t be able to sing.

“I am sorry to let you down again. I worked hard to get better, but performing is hard even when you’re feeling fine. Even though my heart is breaking, it’s not fair to keep putting off a show. I should just stop everything until I’m really ready to go on stage. I don’t want you to think I’m giving up… “I miss you so much, and I can’t wait to see you again,” Dion wrote.

Celine’s illness is rare and can’t be cured. Some modern medical treatments can slow the growth of a sickness. Loud noises can cause seizures in some people.

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