The Love Again star keeps fans in the loop on social media

Every time Celine Dion posts updates on social media, her followers are there to show their support. Wednesday was no different.

The Love Again star took to Instagram to share news of new music, writing: “Here it is, as tradition, Celine’s 2023 Pride playlist!” before sharing a link to the playlist she’s put together to celebrate Pride Month, which includes songs by Britney Spears, Madonna, Tina Turner, Lizzo, and Shania Twain. Celine frequently uses her account to share health updates on her stiff person syndrome.

“No matter who you are, where you come from, or whom you wish to love, love is for everyone! Be loud and true to yourself. Only love can illuminate,” she said as the caption for the photo, adding a few lyrics from her song The Gift.

The playlist was a big hit with Celine’s followers, who said, “Oh, I’m so excited to listen, love you, Celine,” and “The playlist is on fire!” while others inquired about her well-being.

“How’s it going?” One supporter wrote: “I think of you and send you tons of strength and recovery wishes daily. Another fan wrote: “Get well soon, Celine. It would be best if you were concentrating solely on your health right now. Until you’re ready, we’ll wait for you. We cherish you.”

Celine Dion is currently trying to get better from stiff person syndrome by taking a lengthy hiatus from performing.

A rare neurological condition called stiff person syndrome affects Celine Dion.

Muscle rigidity in the arms and trunk is one of the signs of stiff person syndrome, which is frequently brought on by touch, noise, and mental strain. Muscle spasms, which characterize Celine’s condition, make it difficult for her to perform.

People with stiff person syndrome frequently fall because they are unable to defend themselves with reflexes.

It affects twice as many women as it does men, and sufferers are frequently unable to walk or move.

Is the stiff person’s syndrome curable?

Although there is no known cure for the condition, anti-anxiety medications, muscle relaxants, and anti-convulsants can help with symptoms.

Celine claimed that stiff person syndrome-related spasms had an effect on every facet of her everyday life. They occasionally make it difficult for me to walk, which prevents me from using my vocal cords to sing as naturally as I used to.

I’m working hard with my sports medicine therapist every day to regain my strength and my ability to perform again, but I have to say it’s been difficult, Celine said. “I have a great team of doctors working alongside me to help me get better,” Celine added.

We hope Celine’s followers like the new playlist and wish her a speedy recovery!