Las Vegas, NV – Celine Dion announced on Twitter Saturday morning that she is canceling the remaining shows of her North American tour as soon heals from recent health issues.
“I was hoping I’d be good to go by now, but it seems like my body needs more time for recovery. The doctors say that’s just how this process works though and they’re prescribing a regimen of exercises which will help me get back on track.”
It appears that despite previously announced appearances, the popular singer has been forced to cancel her tour. The following stops are currently vacant: Denver (starting March 9), Salt Lake City Portland San Francisco, and Los Angeles as well other U.S cities such as Washington Dc or New York City – all ending on April 22nd.
A message on Twitter reads “Due To unforeseen circumstances beyond our control.”
“I’m so excited to get back on stage,” said Dion. “Every day I spend working here is a privilege and an honor.”
“This pandemic has been tough, but we’ve made great progress in the last few months,” he added while letting out one final exhausted laugh before calming down enough for words again.
Dion has recently received treatment for severe and persistent muscle spasms which are preventing her from performing, but the music legend hopes to make a full recovery soon.
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Her European leg of the tour is still scheduled to start on May 25 in England and close on September 24th Paris. Dion also had dates listed for 2023, but has yet to set any timeline or announce a possible return engagement at Resorts World Las Vegas due to its debuting this November 5th through February 6th alongside her new show “Dion.”