Celine Dion makes public appearance at 2024 Grammys amid stiff-person syndrome illness

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By Racheal Ayodele

Famous Canadian musician, Céline Dion, has made first public appearance at the 2024 Grammy Awards ceremony amid her battle with neurological disorder.

The 55-year-old songstress appeared at the 66th Annual Grammys to deliver the night’s last award.

The five-time Grammys winner took the stage to present Album of the Year, an accolade she had received 27 years ago to Taylor Swift.

Dion received a standing ovation from the star studded audience.

Speaking at the event, she said “Thank you all, I love you right back. When I say that I’m happy to be here, I really mean it from my heart.”

DAILY POST reports that Celine was diagnosed in 2022 with Stiff Person Syndrome, SPS, an incurable disease that causes one’s muscles to tense uncontrollably.

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