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Celine Dion was the image of class at a screening of her new documentary I Am: Celine Dion amid her battle with Stiff Person Syndrome.

The legendary My Heart Will Go One songstress saved her well being struggles a secret for 17 years till she went public together with her prognosis in 2022.

Fans have now been given extra perception into her difficult private life than ever earlier than, with the documentary anticipating to raise the lid on how her SPS battle has affected her profession when it releases on Amazon Prime Video subsequent week.

Celine, 56, seemed radiant in an all-cream ensemble for the particular screening on Monday night time in New York City.

The iconic blonde magnificence wore a cream prime and matching maxi skirt, smiling warmly for the cameras.

She saved her hair lengthy and flowing over her shoulders and accessorised with a silver belt and diamond bracelets. She added easy earrings and a chunky ring to complete off the stylish outfit.

Her son René-Charles ‘RC’ Angélil, 23, additionally attended the screening to help his well-known mum.

Celine’s documentary movie shall be obtainable to stream on Prime Video from Tuesday, June 25.

However, diehard followers even have the possibility to see it on the massive display at 30 Vue cinemas within the UK from in the present day (June 18) for a restricted theatrical run.

According to Digital Spy, the movie directed by Irene Taylor will present followers Celine’s “journey from discovering my condition to learning how to live with and manage it, but not to let it define me.”

The description goes on: “As the road to resuming my performing career continues, I have realised how much I have missed it, of being able to see my fans.

“During this absence, I decided I wanted to document this part of my life to help others who share this diagnosis.”

SPS is a uncommon dysfunction that impacts folks’s muscle mass and causes some people to turn into too disabled to stroll.

They can be extra weak to falls and turn into severely injured, and the situation additionally causes extra sensitivity to noises, which may set off muscle spasms, emotional stress and contact.

Despite the painful challenges of SPS, Celine remains to be decided to return to the stage, telling Hoda Kotb: “It didn’t take anything away from me. I’m going to go back onstage, even if I have to crawl. Even if I have to talk with my hands, I will. I will.

“I am Céline Dion, because today my voice will be heard for the first time, not just because I have to, or because I need to. It’s because I want to and I miss it.”