Celine Dion recently revealed that she has been dealing with a difficult diagnosis that has kept her from performing.

Prior to the celebrity’s terrible revelation, her sister, Claudette, suspected another reason was contributing to her poor health.

She said in October that she expected Celine to return to the stage soon and advised fans not to be concerned.

“First and foremost, I always say that if Celine wasn’t feeling well, we would hear about it,” Claudette said before Celine was forced to cancel her tour and concerts.

“Secondly, she would have canceled rather than postponed her gigs.” These have lately been postponed. “Calm down, you’re simply going through menopause,” I’ve told her.

“I’ve seen her firsthand with her little leg all twisted, so it’s true that she does experience muscle spasms,” she explained. “Many people who have worked with and know Celine frequently ask me if the legendary Caesars Palace stage slope would have hurt Celine’s nerves or pelvic muscles.”

“She’s being looked after, she’s getting plenty of massages, she’s making the most of it and being pampered,” Claudette said. “When she returns to the stage, it will be chaotic since, from what I’ve heard, rehearsals are over.”

Unfortunately, this is no longer the case, as the My Heart Will Go On hitmaker shared an emotional video after suffering from health concerns and muscle spasms for more than a year.

The singer went on to give a heartfelt, dismal explanation of her illness and its repercussions on her.

“I’ve had health challenges for a long time, and it’s been really difficult for me to face these obstacles and talk about what I’ve been through,” she added.

“I’m sorry to inform you that I will not be able to restart my European tour in February.”

“Celine Dion reschedules her Spring 2023 shows to 2024 and cancels eight of her Summer 2023 shows,” the video’s accompanying message stated.