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Céline Dion makes surprise appearance at 2024 NHL Draft amid battle with stiff person syndrome

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Céline Dion made a surprise appearance at the 2024 National Hockey League Draft amid her battle with stiff person syndrome.

On Friday night, the 56-year-old Canadian singer took the stage at the Sphere in Las Vegas to announce the Montreal Canadiens’ selection with the NHL draft’s fifth overall pick.

"To make our 2024 first selection, I'm pleased to invite onstage our No. 1 fan, the one and only, Céline Dion," Canadiens General Manager Kent Hughes announced as the crowd cheered in a clip shared by the NHL on YouTube. 

The "My Heart Will Go On" songstress, who donned a white button-down shirt and a belted cream-colored skirt, was then seen beaming as she walked hand in hand with her son, René-Charles Angélil, 23, through a tunnel.

"Good evening, everyone. I’m excited — not even a hockey mom," Dion told the audience with a laugh. "With the fifth overall selection in the 2024 NHL draft, the Montreal Canadiens are proud to select Ivan Demidov."

Céline Dion made a surprise appearance at the 2024 NHL Draft. (Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images)

"The most dramatic, dropped announcement of all time," remarked an ESPN analyst after Dion revealed the pick.


After making his way to the stage, Demidov, a Russian-born player, shook hands with Dion and René-Charles and posed for group photos.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Demidov said later at a press conference that hearing Dion call his name was "unbelievable" and "like a movie." 

"I've seen Titanic,"