Canadian singer Shania Twain said she prays for Celine Dion, who has stiff man syndrome, a rare neurological condition that also affects her voice.
“I’m a huge admirer of Celine’s voice. She is a unique and extraordinary singer and artist,” Shania Twain said in an interview with the magazine. billboard.
“I hope to get in touch with her at some point. I think it must be so hard, and I know – just from my own experience – how terrifying it is to think that something is keeping you from singing or taking away from the joy in your life. So I pray that she manages to overcome it and be up there [sur scène] “I’ll sing for all of us again,” she added.
Recall that Celine Dion announced last December that she had health issues. The singer reported uncontrolled muscle spasms that affected her ability to sing. His spring 2023 concerts have been postponed to 2024 due to the cancellation of eight of his summer shows.
“Unfortunately, these cramps affect all aspects of my daily life. It sometimes gives me trouble walking and doesn’t allow me to use my vocal cords to sing like I’m used to. I have to admit it was a struggle. All I can do is sing — I’ve done that my whole life,” Celine Dion said in her post announcing her illness.
Shania Twain experienced something similar while struggling with her voice during her recovery from Lyme disease. After contracting the disease in 2003, she suffered from dysphonia, a vocal cord disorder that required multiple surgeries.
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