Celine Dion diagnosed with 'rare, 1 in a million' Stiff Person Syndrome; singer says spasms hurting her vocal chords

There's awful information for music sweethearts. Artist Celine Dion has canceled her European visit in the wake of being determined to have Solid Individual Disorder (SPS), which makes her muscles tense wildly.

Her Instagram post, subtitled in French which is her local language, read: "Hi everybody, im sorry it's taken me such a long time to contact you.

I miss you all so much and can hardly hold on to be in front of an audience conversing with you face to face.

As you most likely are aware I've forever been very easy to read and I wasn't prepared to express anything previously yet im prepared at this point.

I've been managing issues with my wellbeing for quite a while and its been truly hard for me to confront my difficulties and to discuss all that I've been going through.

As of late I've been determined to have an extremely uncommon neurological problem called the solid individual disorder which influences 1 in 1,000,000 individuals.

While we're actually finding out about this uncommon condition, we currently realize this is the thing's been causing every one of the fits I've been having (sic)."

Dion, the smooth voice behind '90s chartbusters like 'Falling into You', 'We should Discuss Love', 'Since You Cherished Me', and 'My Heart Will Go On' among others, expounded that the fits have impacted her everyday existence and causing challenges in versatility.