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Paris Olympics: Celine Dion won’t let anything stop her

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Paris Olympics: Celine Dion won't let anything stop her

Iconic Canadian singer, Celine Dion isn’t going to let anything stop her from taking to the stage, most especially her illness as she is scheduled to step onto the stage for the 2024 Paris Olympics.

It was earlier reported that the music icon was battling with a severe disease identified as stiff-person syndrome, but if the new reports are true, Celion Dion is once more ready to take on to the spotlight this July to play one more time in front of an audience.

However, the Canadian will not be doing this alone as she is scheduled with other singers such as Dua Lipa and Aya Nakamur who are also scheduled for the Olympics spotlight.

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The summer Olympics in Paris will run from July 26 to August 11, 2024 but prior or after the games, these musicians will dazzle audiences on stage to continue a tradition that started in the 20th century, the first recorded in 1896.

Jin from BTS is set to serve as a torchbearer at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

French theater director Thomas Jolly is set to direct the opening ceremony which will make history by taking place outside of a traditional Olympic stadium. The event, instead has been designed  to accommodate an unprecedented 600,000 spectators, with 80 public screens set up to ensure everyone has a prime view of the festivities.

Since its debut in 1968, the venue, with a modest capacity of 1,750, has hosted legendary performances by iconic artists such as Adele, Lady Gaga, and the Rolling Stones. Now, it is poised to witness a new kind of history with the Paris Olympics’ innovative approach to its opening ceremony.

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