Celine Dion reappears at the last show of Katy Perry’s residency in Las Vegas

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Almost three years after his last public appearance we have been able to see him again. Celine Dion in a musical show. However, this time it was not one of her shows but rather the last concert she Katy Perry offered her residency in Las Vegas. One good news and another not so good is the fact of being able to see the artist somewhat more recovered in the Californian’s farewell to the stages in 2023.

In fact, during a moment of the show, the interpreter of Roar or Hot n cold He wanted to wink at the Canadian artist: “Katy Perry, if you’re wondering. I’m not Celine Dion. That show will start next,” said the artist, aware of the presence of her professional colleague in the audience.

Beyond how emotional it was to say goodbye to Katy Perry’s show in Las Vegas (where she thanked her family, her husband and her daughter for the support of her, whom we were able to see for the first time at her mother’s show), we I am happy to see that the Canadian soloist is being able to return to normal life after sharing a difficult diagnosis that forced her to cancel all her live commitments.

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Because Celine Dion froze the hearts of the world by revealing her rare neurological disease in a very harsh video. The Canadian soloist suffers Stiff Person Syndrome which forced him to cancel and delay his shows: “I hoped it would be fine by now, but I guess I have to be more patient and follow the regimen that the doctors have prescribed for me.”

The latest update on his health also left worrying news. Her sister confirmed that no treatment could help the singer lead a normal, pain-free life.

“I know you’ve been to Denver a couple of times because there are excellent researchers there and I’m keeping my fingers crossed. That’s all we can do. Tell her how much we love her and wish her the best of luck. We have beautiful messages of love, we try, as much as possible, for her to receive them because morally and mentally she is strong. She is not depressed at all, on the contrary, she really has the joy of living. She says ‘We will get through this, I listen to everything (the doctors) ask of me and I will do it to the letter because I want to come back’ “explained her sister Claudette.

At WECB we wish you a speedy recovery.


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