Los Angeles (USA), October 21 (EFE). Canadian singer Celine Dion announced that she will cancel her upcoming concerts at the Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas, due to her suffering from “muscle spasms” that prevent her from developing her work. .

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As described on the pop singer’s official website, the singer “is experiencing severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevent her from working. Her medical team continues to evaluate and treat her. However, her symptoms are preventing her from participating in rehearsals for the new show.”

This situation forced the translator of “My Heart Will Go On”, the main theme of the movie “Titanic”, to cancel the concerts that were scheduled for the period from 5 to 20 November of this year and from 19 January to 5 February 2022.

“I’m heartbroken,” Celine Dion says on her website. “My team and I have been working on our new show for the past eight months, and not being able to open in November saddens me beyond words.”

“My partners Resorts World Las Vegas and AEG are working around the clock to put together this cutting-edge new offering that is so beautiful. I feel so bad that I let you down, and I am especially sorry to disappoint all the fans who were planning to come to Vegas. Now, I must focus on getting better.” …I want to get over this as quickly as I can,” he explains.

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However, the winner of two Oscars and several Grammy Awards, announced that the “World Courage Tour,” that new show she’s been preparing for in Las Vegas, is still set to resume from March 9, 2022.

For his part, Scott Sibylla, president of Resorts World in Las Vegas, where the singer was supposed to perform, explained in a statement: “If there is one thing these difficult times have taught us, it is that there is nothing more important than your well-being. We wish you [Celine] Get well soon and we look forward to welcoming you into your new home when you feel ready and able to perform again.”


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