Celine Dion displayed profound emotion as she discussed her diagnosis of Stiff Person Syndrome in her forthcoming documentary, “I Am Celine Dion.” As reported by Radar Online, the celebrated singer openly shared the significant pain this condition has caused her, highlighting her deep yearning to reconnect with her audience through her performances.

Following the announcement of her health issues, Dion has largely withdrawn from the public sphere, fueling ongoing speculation about her career’s future. Concerns remain about her ability to fully recuperate and resume performing.

Dion made a few public appearances in early 2024, including presenting at the Grammys. However, the hope for her return to performing is waning, particularly after she had to cancel all her scheduled tours for 2023 and 2024, underscoring the serious nature of her condition.

In a recent preview of her documentary released on Thursday, Dion appears on the verge of tears as she confronts the prospect of a life without performing, a role she has cherished for decades.

“I am working hard every day but I have to admit, it’s been a struggle. I miss it so much. The people. I miss them,” she expressed in the trailer.

Celine Dion talks 'struggle' with stiff person syndrome in new trailer

Despite facing numerous challenges, the 56-year-old songstress is steadfast in her commitment to continue her artistic journey, no matter the hurdles.

In a heartfelt statement, the five-time Grammy winner asserted her determination, saying, “If I can’t run, I’ll walk. If I can’t walk, I’ll crawl. And I won’t stop. I won’t stop.”

Reflecting on her career, she added, “I’ve seen my life, and I love every piece of it. It’s not hard to do a show, you know,” she elaborated. “It’s hard to cancel a show.”

She further disclosed, “As many of you know, in the fall of 2022, I was diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS). Battling this autoimmune disorder has been among the toughest challenges of my life, but I am committed to the goal of returning to the stage and living as normal a life as possible.