• Paris 2024 Olympics: Celine Dion to perform at opening ceremony

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    Paris 2024 Olympics: Celine Dion to perform at opening ceremony

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    Renowned Canadian vocalist and singer, Celine Dion is set to perform at the 2024 Paris Olympics amid battle with Stiff Person Syndrome, SPS.

    The 56-year-old singer will join other singers including Dua Lipa and Aya to perform at the event.

    The Olympics will commence on Friday, July 26, 2024, ending on August 11, 2024, in Paris, France.

    According to guardian.ng, the 2024 edition is estimated to have over 600,000 spectators in attendance and will be broadcast to 80 giant screens in public places.

    For the first time in history, this year opening ceremony, directed by Thomas Jolly, will be held outside an Olympics stadium.

    The game is held every four years.

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    Celine Dion made her first public appearance in recent times at the 2024 Grammy Awards ceremony.

    Celine Dion recently stated that her Stiff Person Syndrome feels like she’s “being strangled”.

    She added that that she often suffers from cramps and even had broken some ribs.

    Celine Dion first hinted at her health woes in January when she cancelled the North American dates of her Courage world tour from March 9 to April 22, 2022.

    The announcement came three months after she had to cancel the start of her Las Vegas comeback residency over the same health issue.

    Celine has become known as ‘Queen Of Las Vegas’ because of her enormously successful residencies there.

    After retiring her famous Caesars Palace residency in 2019, she was coaxed back to Sin City to perform at the new Resorts World on the Strip.

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