Titanic singer, Celine Dion’s ear condition might force her to retire from singing; she has already canceled her famous concerts at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum.
Her fans were devastated to know that the singer would not be performing at the dates she had announced.
Dion turned 50 on March 30. She thanked her fans their beautiful wishes and for supporting her over the years. She also left her fans worried, when she added that she is suffering from an ear condition that has caused her to cancel her performances. She added that she plans to undergo a surgery to make it possible for her to sing again.
The Canadian singer is suffering from a condition called Patulous Eustachian tube, which has rendered her unable to sing properly.
She has been singing with the help of ear medication for a year now, but the situation has worsened and demands a surgery. While may fix the problem, it also poses a risk that Dion might never be able to sing again.
Cancellation of the concert
Dion announced in an official statement that she can’t perform in the upcoming scheduled concerts. She said, “My luck hasn’t been very good lately. I just can’t believe it! I know how disappointing this is, and I’m so sorry,”
However, she promised worried fans that she will be back with a bang again – on May 22.
Worried friends and family
Some fans are now wondering is Celion Dion was entirely honest about her condition and the severity of it. Her fans – and reportedly even her family – fear that she might not be able to sing again. They realize this surgery could be a life-changing one, and could potentially end her career.
A close source to Dion told Radar that the singer herself is worried about the possible outcome of the surgery. The source said, “Céline is scared. She’s trying to downplay it, but she’s been fighting this ailment for 18 months.”
Talking to Radar, Dr. Gabe Mirkin said, “This is a terribly serious condition for a singer. This surgery is critical because there is an incredibly high failure rate.”
Her fans are devastated to know about the seriousness of the problem and will be praying for the Canadian singer to get well soon. We can’t wait to see her back in good health and singing like always.