Las Vegas is reacting to Céline Dion‘s recent diagnosis. As we reported last week, the 54-year-old singer revealed she has been diagnosed with a neurological disorder called Stiff Person Syndrome.
That malady has forced her to cancel some 2023 tour dates and postpone others. And it’s also affecting local life in Sin City, where Dion lives, as insiders grapple with the fallout from the diagnosis. Related: Celine Shares Rare Photo Of Her Sons In Sweet Tribute Amid Ongoing Health Issues For one, Vegas residents are pondering what may happen to Céline’s performance schedule following this health reveal.
One local journalist in the Nevada party city, Scott Roeben, told Page Six that Dion’s legendary 16-year-long residency at Caesars Palace helped propel Vegas into what it is today.
And without Celine on the docket possibly ever again the city will have lost something. Roeben explained: Oh, no… Of course, the My Heart Will Go On singer had long been a fixture in the desert town.