Renowned Canadian singer Céline Dion continues to battle stiff person syndrome, a rare neurological disorder affecting her muscles.

Her older sister, Claudette, expressed concern over Céline’s condition, revealing that she “doesn’t have control over her muscles.

”Despite her unwavering work ethic and desire to return to the stage, the progressive and incurable nature of the syndrome poses significant challenges.

Celine Dion, battling rare disorder, ‘no longer has control over muscles’ Claudette Dion, 75, has shared a health update for her sister, Celine Dion, who is currently battling a rare neurological disorder called Stiff-Person Syndrome. “She’s working hard, but she doesn’t have control over her muscles.”1 day ago

Claudette emphasized the limited research into this rare condition due to its rarity, affecting only one in a million cases. Stiff person syndrome can severely impact mobility, sometimes turning sufferers into ‘human statues.’

While rumors circulated about Céline being wheelchair-bound, Claudette refuted them, emphasizing her determination and joy for life. Céline remains committed to her comeback plans, following her doctors’ care plan in Denver.