“I had high hopes of being ready to return to the stage now, but I realized I had to be more patient,” the star lamented on Twitter.
Canadian star singer Celine Dion announced on Saturday cancellation of the “Courage” tour in North America, due to persistent health problems.
“I had high hopes of being ready to return to the stage now, but I realized I had to be more patient,” the star lamented on her Twitter account.
I really hope that I will be fine now but I guess I just have to be more patient and follow the regimen my doctor prescribed. I’m really hoping to be ready to get back on stage now, but I guess I’ll just have to be more patient. – Celine xx… pic.twitter.com/zNnDMBo1JR
— Celine Dion (@celineion) January 15, 2022
Dion, whose show had to be postponed due to the pandemic, has canceled shows scheduled in Las Vegas, in the western United States, between November 2021 and February 2022.
On March 9 she will continue her tour in Denver and until April 22 she is scheduled to perform in 15 other cities in the United States as well as Canada.
This show is now also canceled due to the singer’s suffering health recovery “severe and persistent muscle spasms” which prevented him from appearing on stage, “it took longer than I expected,” the company representing him said in a press release.
Celine Dion had given the first 52 shows of the tour before the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.
Performances in the European part of the “Courage” tour remain scheduled. They will start on May 25 in Birmingham, England.
“I’ll be so happy when my health returns, the pandemic is behind me and I’m back on stage,” the Quebec-born artist said. (AND)