Without knowing it, Celine Dion’s fans who attended her concerts on the tour courage At the Videotron Center and the Bell Center, in 2019 and 2020, did they see the swan song on stage of the greatest Quebec singer of all time?
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Asking the question, which has been taboo until now, publicly since Celine Dion announced, on Friday morning, the cancellation of all her concerts, which were scheduled to end in April 2024, due to the impact of Stiff Person Syndrome (SPR) on her life, which is something rare. that you suffer from.
Although the 55-year-old star has promised not to give up on the fight, her fans expect the worst.
“She’s not coming back, that’s for sure.” “It’s over, she’s never coming back.” This time, it’s over forever,” can we read on the Facebook page of the Red Heads, Celine Dion’s fan club.
“I think people didn’t realize the extent of his condition,” said Line Basbous, president of the Red Heads.
“Going on stage, doing physical shows, it’s like being an athlete. Just imagine what state it’s in to be able to embark on a marathon like a tour. I really wonder if we didn’t see her one last time during the tour courage. “
Are the tours over?
Animator Mike Gauthier also resides in the camp of pessimists. “I get the impression, he thinks, that the tours are over. If she performs again, it will happen in Las Vegas, where she has just sold her house.
Evidence revealed: Celine Dion’s Quebec cast could have been advised to find other contracts, hinting a return to the stage isn’t on their radar.
“She could come and do a private show at the Bell Centre, but the problem is her damn illness. It can be cured, but it can’t be controlled. She could be on stage and run out of voice after three songs. Too bad she didn’t have time for a farewell tour, like Elton John right now,” says Mike Gauthier.
Despite the seriousness of the news, many fans of Celine Dion preferred to remember the beautiful moments that their idol made them live.
“We hardcore fans consider ourselves very lucky to have heard each other. Sometimes the desire to go see her, travel, and go to two concerts in the same week is overrated,” says Laine Basbous.
However, there is still little hope, and if you don’t get back on stage, the “why not the album?” Red Heads releases.