At the 2024 Grammys, Céline Dion didn’t walk alone. She was accompanied by her eldest son, René-Charles Angélil, 23, as she took the stage to present the Album of the Year award to Taylor Swift’s “Midnights.” This was a significant moment for Céline, especially considering her ongoing battle with Stiff Person Syndrome.
The audience’s warm reception, marked by heartfelt applause and a standing ovation, moved Céline deeply. Expressing her gratitude, she said, “Thank you all, I love you right back. When I say that I’m happy to be here, I really mean it from my heart.”
Backstage, Céline was captured on video with her stylist Law Roach, who had styled her in a stunning golden Valentino wool coat and light pink chiffon dress. Her impeccable look was completed with a chic blunt bob hairstyle and eye-catching silver jewelry.
This appearance at the Grammys was a testament to Céline’s strength and resilience, coming just over a year after she had to cancel her world tour due to her diagnosis. Her journey, including the challenges of living with and managing her condition, will soon be shared with the public in her upcoming documentary, “I Am: Céline Dion.”
Surrounded by her loved ones and fans, Céline’s presence at the Grammys was a powerful reminder of the importance of love and perseverance in overcoming life’s obstacles.