In a rare public appearance, singer Celine Dion was seen last Monday, October 30, at an ice hockey game in Las Vegas.

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According to media accounts, she attended her first public event in over three years—the NHL game.

After being diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that affects the nervous system and induces spasms, the Canadian singer had to postpone a number of tour dates last year.

The 55-year-old celebrity said on Instagram on Thursday, "My boys and I had such a fantastic time visiting with the Montreal Canadiens after their hockey game versus Vegas Golden Knights in Las Vegas on Monday night.

After the game, Celine Dion stopped over the Canadian side and shared pictures of her and her three boys in the locker room with Martin St-Louis, the head coach of the Canadiens, and a few players.

The "My Heart Will Go On" singer is seen smiling and laughing with the players in a video that was uploaded to the Montreal Canadiens' Instagram page, after her congratulations on a well-played game.

"I recall you singing for the Pope when you were fourteen years old. "Une Colombe," St-Louis said in French, alluding to Pope John Paul II's 1984 tour to Canada.

"Well, that was a long time ago, huh? Not too much, but we've changed since then," she is heard laughing in French.

With a giggle, St-Louis said, "We've aged well."

The singer shook hands firmly with several of the athletes and shared some words of advice.

“Just stay healthy, strong, healthy, nothing wrong,” she said, adding: “Do what you do best.”

In her Instagram caption, Celine Dion thanked the team for the “memorable” meeting, signing off with “Have a great season! - Celine xx…”

Watch the video below: