Céline Dion has been making rare public appearances left and right these past few weeks. And we aren’t mad about it one single bit.
Not only did the Quebec singer appear at the 2024 Grammy Awards, where she presented Taylor Swift with Album of the Year, but Dion also made a surprise visit to the Edmonton Oilers dressing room in Vegas.
The Oilers played against the Las Vegas Golden Knights last week on February 6, and while the Oilers may not have won the game, they certainly walked away as winners after meeting the iconic Céline Dion post-game.
Dion, who sported an all-white ensemble, was joined by her eldest son René-Charles Angélil, who also walked his mom on stage at the Grammys, as well as her twin boys Eddy and Nelson, both of whom were repping an Oilers jersey.
Dion was filmed shaking hands with a few Oilers players, including Vincent Desharnais, who hails from Laval, Quebec. The meeting was coordinated by T.D. Forss, who is the head athletic therapist for the Edmonton Oilers.
This marks Céline’s second appearance at an NHL game. The ‘My Heart Will Go On’ singer surprised the Montreal Canadiens during their time in Vegas last fall, where she posed alongside Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield, and offered up some moral support.
Dion has been battling Stiff-Person Syndrome for the last two years, a condition that has required Dion to cancel her Courage tour.
Despite reports circling about Dion no longer having control over her muscles, it’s evident that her past few public moments, which include a backstage sing-off alongside Sonyae at the Grammys, make it clear that the Queen is on a positive road to recovery.
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