The singer attended a hockey game in Las Vegas on Monday night
Céline Dion has stepped out publicly for the first time in nearly four years.
The legendary singer, 55, who revealed late last year she was diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, attended an NHL hockey game on Monday night, per photos from the evening.
After enjoying the game at between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Montreal Canadiens at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Céline stepped into the locker room to greet her hometown team in a white, quilted vest over a tan sweater.
The "My Heart Will Go On" musician was spotted shaking hands with team members and posing for pictures with her son René-Charles, 22, and twins, Eddy and Nelson, 13.
The Canadiens' vice president of communications shared photos alongside Céline to Instagram with the singer's arm around her.
"We had a beautiful visit at the game in Vegas yesterday. Thanks @celinedion for your generosity. The whole team is so happy to have met you and your family," she wrote in French alongside the images.
Dion's condition — a rare and incurable neurological disease that can cause debilitating muscle spasms — affects the central nervous system, specifically the brain and spinal cord, according to the Stiff Person Syndrome Foundation. "Patients can be disabled, wheelchair-bound or bed-ridden, unable to work and care for themselves," they say, adding that the neurological disease with autoimmune features can include symptoms like "hyper-rigidity, debilitating pain, chronic anxiety," and muscle spasms "so violent they can dislocate joints and even break bones."
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“It’s heartbreaking that she has had to cancel touring but she is suffering mobility and other issues from the disease disrupting her daily life," an insider told PEOPLE.
“She is doing everything she can while working with doctors because she wants to perform,” they added. “She has not given up at all. She is hoping to get all of the issues with this disease under control so she can sing again."
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