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Celine Dion Presents 5th Pick at NHL Draft, Marking Her First Appearance Since Documentary Premiere - www.justjared.com - New York - Las Vegas
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29.06.2024 / 03:17

Celine Dion Presents 5th Pick at NHL Draft, Marking Her First Appearance Since Documentary Premiere

Celine Dion made a rare public appearance at the 2024 Upper Deck NHL Draft on Friday (June 28) at Sphere in Las Vegas.

DanceOne Partners with Julianne and Derek Hough to Launch Global Ballroom Dance Convention & Competition Tour - deadline.com - USA - Miami
deadline.com
28.06.2024 / 14:37

DanceOne Partners with Julianne and Derek Hough to Launch Global Ballroom Dance Convention & Competition Tour

DanceOne is partnering with Julianne and Derek Hough to create a global ballroom dance convention and competition tour. 

Is Celine Dion FAKING Her Illness??? | Perez Hilton - perezhilton.com
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28.06.2024 / 01:39

Is Celine Dion FAKING Her Illness??? | Perez Hilton

New Patreon EXCLUSIVE show is out! I do NOT agree with my cohost about Celine Dion!!!!! This and much more on our latest show! CLICK HERE to listen to this episode of The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker in full at Patreon.com/PerezHilton

'Who I Am' Lyrics: Celine Dion's Favorite Song by Wyn Starks Revealed After Emotional Moment in Documentary - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
26.06.2024 / 19:01

'Who I Am' Lyrics: Celine Dion's Favorite Song by Wyn Starks Revealed After Emotional Moment in Documentary

There’s an emotional moment at the end of Celine Dion‘s new documentary I Am in which she triumphantly sings her favorite song after experiencing a stroke.

Celine Dion says she “could’ve died” from high Valium usage due to Stiff Person Syndrome - www.nme.com
nme.com
26.06.2024 / 14:53

Celine Dion says she “could’ve died” from high Valium usage due to Stiff Person Syndrome

Celine Dion has opened up about her use of Valium, saying she “could’ve died” from the high dosages she was taking.The singer, who has just released her new documentary I Am: Celine Dion on June 25, was diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome in 2022, causing her to reschedule and cancel planned tours. The disorder primarily affects the brain and spinal cord and causes muscle stiffness, posture problems and sensory issues, as well as painful spasms.In her new documentary, Dion has shared that to manage the pain, she took high doses of Valium which she “could’ve died” from (via Business Insider).

‘I Am: Celine Dion’ Director Irene Taylor on Whether We Will See the Legend Sing Again, and Filming That Harrowing Climax: ‘She Said, I Don’t Want You to Cut That Scene Out’ - variety.com - New York
variety.com
25.06.2024 / 21:43

‘I Am: Celine Dion’ Director Irene Taylor on Whether We Will See the Legend Sing Again, and Filming That Harrowing Climax: ‘She Said, I Don’t Want You to Cut That Scene Out’

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic “I Am: Celine Dion,” newly released for viewing on Prime Video, is so focused on what the singer has been through in more than a decade and a half of struggling with Stiff Person Disease that it’s hard to believe that director Irene Taylor didn’t even know Dion was ill when she signed on to the project. All she Taylor really knew, when she agreed to direct the film about a year of discussions, was that Dion seemed like a star who really, really had something to get off her chest… with little anticipation of just what kind of floodgates would open.

‘I Am: Celine Dion’ — How to Watch the Singer’s Revealing Documentary Online - variety.com
variety.com
25.06.2024 / 20:05

‘I Am: Celine Dion’ — How to Watch the Singer’s Revealing Documentary Online

Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Celine Dion‘s highly anticipated documentary “I Am: Celine Dion,” detailing the Canadian singer’s diagnosis with Stiff Person Syndrome, is now available to stream on Prime Video.

Céline Dion insisted on sharing ‘upsetting’ footage of seizure in doc amid stiff person syndrome battle - nypost.com
nypost.com
25.06.2024 / 17:19

Céline Dion insisted on sharing ‘upsetting’ footage of seizure in doc amid stiff person syndrome battle

her new documentary, “I Am: Celine Dion.” The “My Heart Will Go On” singer, who suffers from a rare autoimmune neurological disorder called stiff person syndrome that has interfered with her ability to sing, is shown having a physical therapy session in 2022. On a massage table, she appears convulsing and writhing in pain, moaning in agony, as medical workers tend to her. A man then asks her, “Do you want us to take out the cameras?” But the Grammy-winning singer is shown mouthing, “I’m OK.” The documentary’s director, Irene Taylor, told Yahoo that Dion “didn’t want me to change anything” after watching that footage.

‘I AM: CELINE DION’ Review: A Raw And Gut-Wrenching Documentary Reveals A Music Superstar Through Her Most Challenging Physical Trauma - deadline.com - county Love
deadline.com
21.06.2024 / 18:09

‘I AM: CELINE DION’ Review: A Raw And Gut-Wrenching Documentary Reveals A Music Superstar Through Her Most Challenging Physical Trauma

When veteran documentary filmmaker Irene Taylor met Celine Dion via zoom in Winter 2021 about the prospect of doing a docu chronicling her life and career she had no idea where this would ultimately take both the subject and the director. In fact she confessed she wasn’t really a fan, not familiar with Dion’s personal story or celebrated career selling over 250 million albums or anything else about her. She only knew a few of the hit songs she had. But they bonded anyway. The director had done many Emmy winning and Oscar nominated movies about Boy Scouts to trees to deafness to Polio, but nothing in this realm, and it certainly has turned into a film it did not start out to be, that neither expected, but now will be shared with the world when it premieres on Prime Video June 25.

Celine Dion gives health update - 'I don't know if I'll be able to sing again' - www.ok.co.uk - Las Vegas
ok.co.uk
21.06.2024 / 10:11

Celine Dion gives health update - 'I don't know if I'll be able to sing again'

Canadian megastar Celine Dion has sold out stadiums, topped worldwide charts and broken records with her award-winning voice. But for the last two years, the singer has been robbed of her talent by stiff person syndrome (SPS) – a devastating neurological disorder that causes spasms, muscle rigidity and chronic pain. “Last year, I got to a point where I couldn’t walk,” she says in a new TV documentary, breaking down in tears.

Celine Dion cries as she shows what happens when she attempts to sing: “I miss music” - www.nme.com
nme.com
19.06.2024 / 12:03

Celine Dion cries as she shows what happens when she attempts to sing: “I miss music”

Celine Dion has shown the world what happens when she attempts to sing, breaking down into tears.The singer was diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome in 2022, causing her to reschedule and cancel planned tours. The disorder primarily affects the brain and spinal cord and causes muscle stiffness, posture problems and sensory issues, as well as painful spasms.Now in a snippet of her new documentary I Am: Celine Dion, which will arrive to Prime Video on Tuesday 25 June, Dion has revealed what it’s like to live with the incurable syndrome, telling documentarians she first noticed the symptoms whilst having breakfast one morning.“Seventeen years ago I started to experience some voice spasming, this is the way it started,” she said.

A terrifying seizure, recording studio attempts and hope: Celine Dion’s new doc is harrowing - nypost.com
nypost.com
18.06.2024 / 23:15

A terrifying seizure, recording studio attempts and hope: Celine Dion’s new doc is harrowing

“I Am: Celine Dion.”The “My Heart Will Go On” singer, who suffers from a rare neurological disorder called stiff person syndrome that’s hindered her ability to sing and even walk, is at a physical therapy session in 2022 when she begins having a seizure. Facing downward on a massage table, the 56-year-old frighteningly convulses and writhes in pain until she can no longer move. Dion, curled up, moans in agony.A man then calmly tells her to squeeze his hand if she can hear him.“Do you want us to take out the cameras?” the physio asks the singer about the documentary crew.“I’m OK,” she mouths.Right then, Dion is clearly not OK.

Celine Dion dazzles in white look at the premiere of her film: ‘My love letter to each of you’ - us.hola.com
us.hola.com
18.06.2024 / 22:13

Celine Dion dazzles in white look at the premiere of her film: ‘My love letter to each of you’

Celine Dion was in good spirits during the premiere of her documentary ‘I Am: Celine Dion.’ The fan-favorite singer looked stunning in an all-white Dior ensemble consisting of a silk skirt and a matching blouse featuring a tie-neck. The musician got emotional as she presented the film to the audience, showing her love for her fans and her family.WATCH: Celine Dion opens up about Stiff Person Syndrome diagnosis in new docCeline Dion says her sons push her to battle Stiff-Person Syndrome; ‘You lost your dad, mom has a condition’Céline Dion shares how her late husband René Angélil is still with herThis is Celine’s first red carpet appearance since the diagnosis of stiff person syndrome, which shocked her fans and the world. Celine showed her gratitude for everyone attending the screening, posing with her son René-Charles Angélil on the red carpet, who looked elegant in a classic suit.“This is, by far, the biggest crowd I’ve had in a few years,” she said after taking the stage at the premiere of the documentary, which shows her battle with her recent health struggles.

Special rare coin could sell for £62,000 – and expert says it could be hiding in your jar - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
18.06.2024 / 11:09

Special rare coin could sell for £62,000 – and expert says it could be hiding in your jar

Rare coins can be a challenge to come across, but when you do, it's absolutely worth it. Certain pieces could fetch a pretty penny, depending on their mintage and circulation.

Celine Dion moved to tears in rare NYC appearance: ‘The biggest crowd I’ve had in a few years’ - nypost.com - Colorado
nypost.com
18.06.2024 / 10:57

Celine Dion moved to tears in rare NYC appearance: ‘The biggest crowd I’ve had in a few years’

she’d been diagnosed with stiff person syndrome, an extremely rare neurological disorder that causes debilitating muscle spasms.The disease is said to affect about one in one million people.During her 10-minute speech at Alice Tully Hall, Dion pointed out that her neurologist, Dr. Amanda Picquet, was in the packed audience.“In finding ways to manage and treat my condition, Dr.

Celine Dion Gets Emotional After Standing Ovation at ‘I Am: Celine Dion’ Premiere: ‘I Hope to See You All Again Very, Very Soon’ - variety.com - New York
variety.com
18.06.2024 / 03:07

Celine Dion Gets Emotional After Standing Ovation at ‘I Am: Celine Dion’ Premiere: ‘I Hope to See You All Again Very, Very Soon’

Rachel Seo Celine Dion teared up after receiving a standing ovation at the New York special screening of her Amazon MGM documentary, “I Am: Celine Dion.” “Thank you to all of you, from the bottom of my heart, for being part of my journey. This movie is my love letter to each of you,” Dion told the audience at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall on Monday night. “I hope to see you all again very, very soon.” Directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky, “I Am: Celine Dion” chronicles about a year of the megastar’s journey with Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS), a rare neurological and autoimmune disorder that causes muscular stiffness, inhibiting the ability to walk and sing.

Céline Dion Tells Fans At ‘I Am’ NYC Premiere: “I Hope To See You All Again Very, Very Soon” - deadline.com - Las Vegas
deadline.com
18.06.2024 / 02:31

Céline Dion Tells Fans At ‘I Am’ NYC Premiere: “I Hope To See You All Again Very, Very Soon”

Five-time Grammy winner Céline Dion recently promised fans that she’d return to the stage despite her struggles with stiff person syndrome, and tonight was another big public appearance for her at the NYC premiere of the Amazon MGM Studios documentary, I Am: Céline Dion.

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