Out and about: Celine Dion makes rare public appearance in Las Vegas

Trailblazing singer Celine Dion steps out in Las Vegas. Source: Getty Images.

Sensational singer Celine Dion has made an unexpected public appearance less than a year after she announced that she was suffering from rare autoimmune disorder, Stiff Persons Syndrome (SPS). 

After the shock revelation Dion announced earlier this year that she would be cancelling all future tour dates because of the ongoing battle with her health.

But it seems the 55 year-old My Heart Will Go On singer’s health might have turned a corner after she attended an ice hockey game between Montreal Canadiens and the Golden Knights which took place in Las Vegas earlier this week.

After the game Dion took time out to meet with the players and the video posted by the team showed her looking well and relaxed, smiling and laughing while she mingled with the team and coaches.

Her fans who have shown her great support and compassion over the past year were ecstatic to see the singer out and about and looking so well.

Dion took to her own X account to congratulate the team on playing so well during their match.

“My boys & I had such a fun time visiting with the Canadiens Montreal after their hockey game with Golden Knights in Vegas Monday night. They played so well, what a game!! Thank you for meeting us after the game, guys! That was memorable for all of us. Have a great season! – Celine xx…”

Dion, renowned for her powerful vocals and chart-topping hits, has been battling SPS, the debilitating illness that has posed significant challenges and making it difficult to perform and forcing her to postpone several of her shows in the past.

The singer however has been surrounded by a strong support network, including her sister Linda who has become her primary caregiver.

According to her other sister, Claudette, Dion has remained positive and determined to overcome the obstacles presented by this autoimmune disease. 

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