• A new documentary is coming to Amazon Prime
  • It will follow Céline Dion's life today
  • Fans will see how she is coping with her disease

Witness the resilience of a music legend who vows to keep fighting, despite the uncertainty of returning to the stage. Let's explore the emotional rollercoaster Dion faces, from her diagnosis to her determination to overcome it, offering fans a closer look at the superstar's most vulnerable moments.

A Voice That Touches the Soul

Imagine the shockwaves through the hearts of fans worldwide as Céline Dion, the voice behind the titanic hit "My Heart Will Go On," reveals her battle with a rare neurological disorder.

It's not just any story; it's a saga of resilience, a testament to the spirit of a woman who has sung her way into our lives.

“Serving as a love letter to her fans, this inspirational documentary highlights the music that has guided her life while also showcasing the resilience of the human spirit,” reads a statement posted on Dion’s official website. 

Dion, 56, is the bestselling Canadian recording and the bestselling French-language artist of all-time, with more than 200 million records sold. 

"When your voice brings you joy, you're the best of yourself. I need my instrument," Dion confesses in the trailer for 'I Am: Céline Dion.' Her voice, a beacon of hope and strength for many, now faces its toughest challenge yet. Stiff Person Syndrome, a condition that could transform muscles into unyielding boards, threatens to silence the powerhouse forever.

December 2022 brought the heart-wrenching announcement: Dion's much-anticipated concert tour was off. Fans were left clinging to memories of her electrifying performances, like the one at Caesar’s Palace, where Dion, amidst a cascade of rain, soared both vocally and physically, a goddess of music in her element.

She revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder known as Stiff person syndrome, which causes muscle stiffness and painful spasms that worsen over time.

According to the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, muscles "can be so rigid that they feel like a board" and spasms "can create enough force to break bones."

As a result of her diagnosis—and her experience with her developing condition—Dion canceled her planned concert tour and told fans in an emotional Instagram video that it wasn’t clear if she’d ever be able to perform again.

'I Am: Céline Dion' doesn't shy away from the raw, unfiltered reality of Dion's condition. From the chilling 911 call to the strenuous rehab sessions, we see a star not on a pedestal, but on a path of relentless determination.

"It’s hard to cancel a show. I’m working hard every day," Dion shares, her voice breaking with emotion. "It’s not hard to do a show. It’s hard to cancel a show,” says a visibly emotional Dion in the film’s trailer. “I’m working hard every day, but I have to admit it’s been a struggle. I miss it so much — the people, I miss them."

Despite the tears and pain, Dion's message is clear: she will not give up. "If I can't walk, I'll crawl. And I won't stop. I won't stop," she vows. It's a powerful declaration, one that resonates with anyone who has faced adversity.

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'I Am: Céline Dion' is more than a documentary; it's a beacon of hope, a reminder of the indomitable human spirit.

As we await its release on Prime Video on June 25, let's stand with Céline, cheering her on in her most challenging performance yet: the fight for her voice, her life, her identity.