Celine Dion declares she was 'born to communicate on stage'

Celine Dion has declared that she was "born to communicate on stage".

In an interview with Vogue France published on Monday, the Canadian music icon opened up about her fame amid her battle with stiff person syndrome.

"Celebrity has made me want to never give up on anything. I was born to communicate on stage, with my team, and with my voice, and with my fans," Celine, 56, shared.

"It's about sharing. I was born to do that. When I found myself on stage for the first time, in Québec, I caught the bug!" she continued. "What has fame taken away from me? Nothing? Because I live every day, and I move forward."

Elsewhere in the interview, the My Heart Will Go On hitmaker explained that she is unsure if she will ever go on tour again.

"I can't answer that... Because for four years I've been saying to myself that I'm not going back, that I'm ready, that I'm not ready... As things stand, I can't stand here and say to you: 'Yes, in four months,'" she explained. "I don't know... My body will tell me. On the other hand, I don't just want to wait. It's morally hard to live from day to day. It's hard, I'm working very hard and tomorrow will be even harder."

Celine continued, "Tomorrow is another day. But there's one thing that will never stop, and that's the will. It's the passion. It's the dream. It's the determination."

The It's All Coming Back to Me Now singer announced in December 2022 that she had been diagnosed with stiff person syndrome, a rare neurological disorder. She later cancelled all of her concerts scheduled for 2023 and 2024.