Canadian singer Celine Dion has postponed her European tour, citing persisting health challenges. Four months earlier, the celebrated singer had cancelled her North American tour for the same reasons.
In a post on her verified Instagram page, the celebrated singer had informed fans of the postponement. She apologised for the change in tour dates, noting that the shows had to be moved earlier because of the pandemic and now because of her health challenges.
While the postponement might come as a piece of bad news, Celine Dion noted that she still has good news: She feels much better now, unlike previously, although she’s still experiencing some spasms.
To be able to get back on stage, according to her, she needs to be in the best of health. And while she really wants to hit the stage, she’s not in the best state to do so. She’s working to get back to a place where she can hit the stage and give her fans 100 per cent of herself because that’s what they deserve. You can check out her post below.
Since Celine Dion announced she’s suffering from severe and persistent muscle spasms, well wishes have been pouring in for her from around the world.
Her European tour will now take place in 2023.