After not being seen for 3 and a half years, Celine Dion was spotted at a hockey game at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Monday. The iconic singer made a stunning appearance at the game with her sons, René-Charles, Nelson, and Eddy.
Celine Dion was captured in photos, looking content even though her team, the Montreal Canadiens, lost to the Vegas Golden Knights.
After the game, she and her sons joined her hometown team in the locker room. A picture of her with her twins, Nelson and Eddy, and René-Charles were shared online and the three reportedly took pictures with some of the players.
A video of Celine interacting with the team in the locker room was also shared.
Late last year, Celine disclosed that she had stiff-person syndrome, a painful neurological condition that causes excruciating muscle spasms. She clarified that until she recovered from her sickness, her singing career was on pause.
To effectively handle her condition, Celine has stopped performing and has let go of nearly all of her crew.