• Celine Dion has an unstoppable spirit
  • She is fighting the rare SPS disease
  • THIS is how she is doing these days

Speaking to 'Vogue France' in an interview published Monday, the Canadian-born singer said she was, "well, but it’s a lot of work," adding: "I’m taking it one day at a time." The Grammy winner admitted she is hoping for a "miracle" cure for the condition which has affected her singing and day-to-day life, but said that she is working on accepting the situation.

Celine Dion is an example for so many

Despite the hurdles, Dion's unyielding spirit and determination shine through as she vows to keep fighting. This article delves into her courageous journey, her hopes for a miracle cure, and her unwavering resolve to return to the stage.

In a world where celebrities often guard their personal lives fiercely, Celine Dion has chosen openness, sharing her battle with stiff person syndrome (SPS) with the world.

Diagnosed in December 2022, Dion has faced her condition head-on, declaring, "nothing is going to stop me."

Dion's regimen is nothing short of Olympian. Spending five days a week in rigorous physical and vocal therapy, she's relearning how to use her body and voice.

"I work on my toes, my knees, my calves, my fingers, my singing, my voice…" Dion shared, highlighting her holistic approach to therapy. Despite the initial shock and a barrage of "Why me?" questions, Dion's focus has shifted to acceptance and hard work. Her goal? To gaze upon the Eiffel Tower once more, a symbol of her aspirations and dreams.

It's not just medical treatments and personal grit propelling Dion forward; it's the love and support from her family, fans, and the ability to access top-notch medical care.

The fight goes on no matter what

Recognizing her privileged position, Dion expressed gratitude and a desire to use her platform to bring awareness to SPS.

While eager to return to performing, Dion remains realistic about the uncertainties of her condition.

"I can’t stand here and say to you: ‘Yes, in four months.’ I don’t know… My body will tell me," she confessed. Yet, her spirit remains undimmed, fueled by passion, dreams, and determination.

But with time, her attitude has changed. "Life doesn’t give you any answers. You just have to live it," she said.

"I have this illness for some unknown reason. The way I see it, I have two choices. Either I train like an athlete and work super hard, or I switch off and it’s over, I stay at home, listen to my songs, stand in front of my mirror and sing to myself. I’ve chosen to work with all my body and soul, from head to toe, with a medical team. I want to be the best I can be. My goal is to see the Eiffel Tower again."

Also interesting:

Fans and supporters can look forward to an intimate glimpse into Dion's life and battle with SPS in the upcoming documentary "I Am: Celine Dion," set to stream on Prime Video.

The film promises an unfiltered look at Dion's quest for an authentic life amid her illness.