Celine Dion made a special trip to cheer on the Montreal Canadiens this week.
The Montreal singer now lives in Las Vegas and paid her hometown club a visit when they were in Las Vegas to take on the Knights.
The Canadiens posted the video saying “When emblems of Quebec meet in Las Vegas…”
The sweet video shows Dion had a lovely conversation in French with head coach Martin St. Louis, who reminisced about the first time he saw her perform.
“I remember when you were 14 years old, you sang for the Pope, Une colombe, I was there at the Olympic Stadium,”
Dion responded, “Well, it’s been a while since then, eh?” We’ve changed a little since then, but not too much … Everything we do comes from the heart.”
She later took a picture with a few players and, speaking to them in English, said, “Let’s not be shy; you smell great.”
Fans were ecstatic to see the singer in public for the first time in years.
In 2022, she revealed she was battling a rare condition called “Stiff Person Syndrome,” a condition that causes severe muscle spasms and can affect mobility.
Since then, she has been working hard at staying healthy, following doctors orders and undergoing treatments.