Celine Dion Goes Daring in First Magazine Cover Since Revealing Stiff Person Syndrome Diagnosis
Vogue France Magazine

The 'My Heart Will Go On' singer, who has been in a battle with SPS, appears in good spirits in a black-and-white picture from her photo session with Vogue France.

AceShowbiz - Celine Dion has made her high-fashion comeback in a new magazine cover. The "My Heart Will Go On" singer went daring in her first magazine cover since revealing her Stiff Person Syndrome diagnosis.

On Monday, April 22, the official Instagram account of Vogue France magazine treated social media users to a series of pictures from its photo session with the 56-year-old singer. One of the snaps captured the famous songstress embracing her body in a revealing outfit.

In the particular black-and-white photo, it could be seen that Celine was rocking nothing under an unbuttoned long-sleeved white shirt. She completed the look with a pair of white shorts and hoop earrings.

The "Power of Love" singer was striking a pose in front of a backdrop in what appeared to be a studio. She strategically placed one of her hands on her chest to cover it. In the meantime, she put her other hand up in the air as she closed her eyes and pouted her lips.

In an interview with the magazine, Celine, who was forced to cancel her "Courage World Tour" to focus on recovery, opened up about her SPS diagnosis. She said, "I haven't beat the disease, as it's still within me and always will be. I hope that we'll find a miracle, a way to cure it with scientific research, but for now I have to learn to live with it. So that's me, now with Stiff Person Syndrome."

The "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" songstress went on to spill her routine, "Five days a week I undergo athletic, physical and vocal therapy. I work on my toes, my knees, my calves, my fingers, my singing, my voice. I have to learn to live with it now and stop questioning myself. At the beginning, I would ask myself, 'Why me? How did this happen? What have I done? Is this my fault?' "

"Life doesn't give you any answers," the "I Drove All Night" singer added. "You just have to live it! I have this illness for some unknown reason. The way I see it, I have two choices. Either I train like an athlete and work super hard, or I switch off and it's over, I stay at home, listen to my songs, stand in front of my mirror and sing to myself."

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