Celine Dion and Her Sons Share a Heartwarming Night at HAUSER’s Las Vegas Concert Amid Her Health Battle

Celine Dion and Her Sons Share a Heartwarming Night at HAUSER’s Las Vegas Concert Amid Her Health Battle

Celine Dion, beloved music icon, enjoyed a rare public outing over the weekend, supported by her three sons amidst her ongoing battle with stiff-person syndrome.

The legendary singer was celebrated by Croatian cellist HAUSER during his concert at The Wynn in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Celine attended the event with her eldest son RC, 23, and twins Nelson and Eddy, 13, and later met HAUSER backstage.

Photos and videos of Celine and her boys appeared on HAUSER’s official social media channels following the concert.

On Sunday, he shared backstage photos with the Dion family, expressing his honor in performing for them.

By Tuesday, HAUSER reflected on the meeting, posting footage of Celine expressing her admiration for him.

Celine, elegantly dressed in a black gown, and her twins, suited up for the occasion, looked radiant as they enjoyed the show.

HAUSER, aware of his special guest, performed a beautiful rendition of “My Heart Will Go On,” captivating Celine and the audience.

As HAUSER played the iconic Titanic theme song, Celine was visibly moved, giving a heartfelt standing ovation at the performance’s end.

The applause soon turned to honor Celine herself, as she graciously acknowledged the crowd’s appreciation.

HAUSER attempted to bring Celine on stage, sharing his dream of performing with her, but she gently declined, signaling they should talk soon.

Despite the rejection, HAUSER thanked her for attending and wished her to enjoy the rest of the show.

Ongoing Health Battle

Celine, who has not sung publicly since 2020 due to muscle spasms, revealed in December 2022 that she had been diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome.

This neurological condition forced her to postpone and eventually cancel her remaining tour dates by May of the following year.

Hope for the Future

Fans can learn more about Celine’s journey in her new documentary, “I Am: Celine Dion,” available on Amazon Prime Video from June 25.

In a recent interview on Today, her first since disclosing her diagnosis, Celine expressed hope for the future, believing her voice is getting stronger and that she might return to the stage.

However, she acknowledged that cancellations might still be necessary as she navigates her health challenges.

“I believe in myself, in my bravery,” she shared, emphasizing the support of her team in making tough decisions about her performances.

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