I Am Celine Dion Documentary

“My Heart Will Go On” singer Celine Dion’s film, “I Am: Celine Dion” explores the legendary singer’s struggles with her stiff person syndrome diagnosis. Dion revealed her neurological disease diagnosis in late 2022, forcing her to cancel all future tours. I Am: Céline Dion, which was unveiled in January, follows the iconic singer as she deals with her diagnosis of stiff-person syndrome (SPS), a “life-altering” neurological disease that prompted her to stop touring and focus on her health in late 2022. I Am: Céline Dion premieres on Prime Video on June 25.

On Thursday, May 23, Prime Video released the film’s eye-opening teaser, which featured archive and behind-the-scenes footage of Dion in her prime as a world-famous celebrity, as well as new interviews in which the five-time Grammy-winning legend discussed her unusual disease.

According to Prime Video, Dion’s documentary will provide audiences with a “raw and honest behind-the-scenes look at the iconic superstar’s struggle with a life-altering illness.”

“Serving as a love letter to her fans, this inspirational documentary highlights the music that has guided her life while also showcasing the resilience of the human spirit,” according to a press statement.

“I wasn’t ready to say anything before,” Dion says openly about her diagnosis in the poignant trailer, “but I’m ready now.”

In a teary Instagram video posted in December 2022, the Falling Into You singer stated that she had been diagnosed with an incurable neurological condition.

Though the “My Heart Will Go On” singer has yet to perform live, she has made several recent appearances despite her illness. In February, she appeared at the 2024 Grammy Awards – her first public appearance in three months — to deliver the album of the year award, which she had already won 27 years earlier.

Where can i watch Celine Dion Documentary?

You can watch ‘I Am: Celine Dion’ for free on Amazon Prime Video (free trial).

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