Celine Dion postpones her European tour again due to muscle spasms

Tearful Celine Dion Reveals She’s ‘Still Experiencing Spasms’ and Can’t Run European Tour Dates: ‘It’s Taking Much Longer to Recover Than I Hoped’

Celine Dion announced in a tearful Instagram video Friday morning that she would be postponing her European tour again.

The Grammy Award winner, 54, revealed that: she’s “still experiencing some spasms” and that she wants to be “in top shape” when she’s on stage.

The tour of Canadian superstar, Courage, began in September 2019, but by January 2022, she had canceled the remaining North American dates citing “severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevent her from performing.”

Moved: Celine Dion announced in a tearful Instagram video Friday morning that she would again be postponing her European tour due to muscle cramps

“Well, here we are again, and I’m so sorry that we have to change our tour plans for Europe one more time,” she said at the beginning of the video.

“First we had to move the shows because of the pandemic, now it’s my health problems that make us postpone some shows. And unfortunately we also have to cancel something.’

The Canadian superstar gave her fans a quick health update, saying that while she was feeling better, her progress was taking longer than expected.

“The good news is I’m getting a little bit better… but it’s going very slowly. And it’s very frustrating for me. You know I’m under my doctors’ treatment, on meds, but I’m still I’m having some spasms and it’s taking me much longer to recover than I’d hoped.’

Top form: The Grammy Award winner, 54, revealed she's 'still experiencing some spasms' and wants to be in 'top form' when she's on stage

Top form: The Grammy Award winner, 54, revealed she’s ‘still experiencing some spasms’ and wants to be in ‘top form’ when she’s on stage

“I have to be in top form when I’m on the podium. I honestly can’t wait, but I’m just not there yet. I’m just telling you how I feel,” she said, her voice breaking.

“And I wanted you to know that I’m sorry about this news. I know you’ve all been waiting so long for the concerts, and I appreciate your loyalty.”

‘I’m convinced by now that you must be so fed up with all this. And wait so long. But all I can say is I’m doing my very best to get back to the level I need to be so I can give 100% on my shows because that’s what you deserve,” she continued.

Long process: 'I'm being treated by my doctors, on medication, but I'm still having some spasms and it's taking me a lot longer to recover than I'd hoped,' she revealed

Long process: ‘I’m being treated by my doctors, on medication, but I’m still having some spasms and it’s taking me a lot longer to recover than I’d hoped,’ she revealed

And thank you so much for the messages of love and support you always send to my social media. It means a lot to me.’

The blonde beauty concluded her video with a statement of support for the people of Ukraine.

“I also want to say that, like all of you, I stand with the people of Ukraine, and I hope and pray that this war ends soon. I send you all my love and prayers for peace. Hope to see you soon. Until then, take care, okay? I love you so much.’

Dion’s tour was set to begin in May 2022, but the shows have now been postponed to February 2023.

The star has also postponed her stay in Las Vegas due to the spasms.

Health Concerns: Celine's world tour, Courage, kicked off in September 2019, but by January 2022, she had canceled the remaining North American dates due to

Health Concerns: Celine’s world tour, Courage, kicked off in September 2019, but by January 2022, she had canceled the remaining North American dates due to “severe and persistent muscle spasms”; Pictured in 2019 in Quebec

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