Suffering from a rare neurological disease, Céline Dion had to cancel her tour and her French concerts, which had already been postponed several times.

For you Céline: this Friday, M6 is broadcasting a tribute concert, to mark the thirty years since the release of the album D’eux, by Céline Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman. During this evening, several artists, friends of the singer, cover her greatest hits. Will be gathered in Quebec: Patrick Fiori, Amir, Christophe Willem, Chimène Badi, Roch Voisine, Isabelle Boulay, Corneille, Axelle Red, Claudio Capéo, Elodie Frégé, Anne Sila, Véronic Dicaire, Anggun, Bruno Pelletier, Mario Pelchat, Vincent Niclo and Ycare , but also its musical director, its musicians and its singers.

In recent months, news from Celine Dion has been rare. The star had to cancel his tour and his long-awaited concerts in France. After several postponements due to the Covid pandemic, then her health problems, the singer was scheduled to perform on September 1, 2, 5, 6, 9 and 10, 2023 in Paris – La Défense Arena. Enough to fuel fears around Céline Dion’s state of health, confirmed by a video posted on Instagram by the star herself, who revealed that she was suffering from a rare neurological disease, called Stiff-person syndrome.

Suffering, among other things, from muscle spasms, she nevertheless promised her fans to return to the stage soon. “It’s just a question of time. You have to be patient and stay positive,” declared his brother, Jacques Dion, in Le Figaro at the beginning of September. And added: “Specialists work hard to find out what’s wrong. Céline is a perfectionist. She always gets to the end of things and wants to know exactly what’s happening to her. You shouldn’t make one drama.” As for the lack of new data from Celine Dion to her worried fans, he explains that the singer “prefers to wait for the real predictions and therefore the right treatment.”