The 66th annual Grammy Awards unfolded on Sunday night, delivering some highly anticipated moments, especially for Taylor Swift.
In a surprising twist, the Pennsylvania-born singer not only announced a new album, The Tortured Poets Department, delighting both the audience and fans at home, but also clinched the most coveted award of the night: Album of the Year. The Grammy was presented to her by none other than the iconic singer, Céline Dion, who has been largely absent from the public eye for a while. However, not everyone is pleased with how Taylor handled the situation
Céline Dion, 55, made a surprise appearance at the Grammys, marking a rare public appearance since revealing her diagnosis of Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS) over a year ago, leading to the postponement of her highly anticipated tour.
As previously reported, the Canadian singer has been maintaining a low profile since revealing her diagnosis of SPS in December 2022. At the time of her shock health news, the renowned singer shared her ongoing health struggles in a heartfelt Instagram post, where she announced to her fans that she would be rescheduling her shows for 2023 and 2024 to prioritize her well-being.
As a mother of three sons — René-Charles and twins Nelson and Eddy — Céline assured her devoted fans that she was committed to eventually returning to the stage. SPS has posed significant challenges for Céline, causing spasms that affect various aspects of her life, impeding her ability to walk and restricting the use of her vocal cords.