Celine Dion Becomes Emotional as She Reveals Her Children Are Terrified She Is Going to Die Amid Stiff Person Syndrome Battle

Celine Dion Becomes Emotional as She Reveals Her Children Are Terrified She Is Going to Die Amid Stiff Person Syndrome Battle
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Celine Dion has shared her deeply per­son­al and emo­tion­al jour­ney with stiff per­son syn­drome (SPS) in an exclu­sive inter­view. The 56-year-old singer revealed that her sons Nel­son, Eddy and Rene-Charles were wor­ried she is going to die in a new pro­mo­tion­al video for the antic­i­pat­ed interview.

Dion, who was diag­nosed with the rare and debil­i­tat­ing neu­ro­log­i­cal dis­or­der near­ly two years ago, spoke about the pro­found impact SPS has had on her life and her fam­i­ly. In a pre­view, Dion opened up to Sun­rise cor­re­spon­dent Mylee Hogan, say­ing, “I don’t have my mum, I don’t have my dad. My kids are scared because they lost their dad, and they’re won­der­ing if I’m going to die. I don’t want to die, I don’t want to lie.”

The singer also revealed that her health prob­lems began with mys­te­ri­ous symp­toms that left her and her chil­dren in a state of con­stant wor­ry. “I got scared,” she admit­ted. “It can be life-threat­en­ing. What’s going to happen?”

Despite the over­whelm­ing chal­lenges, Dion spoke about the sup­port she’s received from friends, includ­ing Aus­tralian music leg­end John Farn­ham. “I will nev­er for­get the gift that he gave me,” she said.

The first trail­er for the new Celine Dion doc­u­men­tary “I Am: Celine Dion” dropped on Thurs­day, offer­ing a heart­break­ing glimpse into the singer’s bru­tal bat­tle with stiff per­son syndrome.

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