Celine Dion has made a conscious decision to cancel the remaining dates of her highly anticipated Courage World Tour.
This comes just months after the Canadian singer bravely revealed her battle with Stiff-Person Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder.
In a heartfelt statement shared on Twitter on Friday, the 55-year-old singer expressed her sincere apologies to fans, acknowledging the disappointment caused by the cancellation.
With unwavering determination, she emphasized the importance of prioritizing her health and ensuring a full recovery before returning to the stage.
Dion’s resilience shone through as she declared, “I’m not giving up… and I can’t wait to see you again!”
The unfortunate cancellations will impact the extensive European leg of her tour, spanning 16 countries.
Commencing on August 26, 2023, in Amsterdam and originally set to conclude on October 4, 2023, in Helsinki, the tour was slated to resume from March 6, 2024, in Prague, with the grand finale scheduled for April 22, 2024 in London.
The “Courage World Tour” initially commenced in 2019, captivating audiences around the globe.
However, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly interrupted Dion’s journey, forcing the cancellation of the remaining shows.
Despite the setbacks, the singer’s indomitable spirit pushed her forward, eagerly looking forward to completing the North American tour.
Regrettably, health complications necessitated the cancellation of the North American section.
Fans, though disheartened by the news, continue to rally behind Celine Dion, sending messages of love, support, and encouragement.
A fan wrote on twitter, “Love and peace and strength and healing to you. We like you just the way you are.”
Another wrote, “I love you. Thank you for being so brave and so honest with us all. Focus on recovering, all we care about is your well being.”