CELINE Dion has cancelled her upcoming OVO Hydro shows due to health issues.

The star, 54, was due to play at the Finnieston venue on June 8 and 9 but has now postponed the gigs until April next year. 

The tour had already been rescheduled due to Covid.

The Glasgow shows are among a number of European tour dates the Canadian singer has had to cancel and reschedule due to suffering from muscle spasms.

In an emotional video posted on Instagram, Celine Dion apologised to fans for having to reschedule the tour again.

She said: "Well here we are again, and I'm so sorry that we have to change our tour plans for Europe one more time. 

"First we had to move the shows because of the pandemic, now this is my health issues that is causing us to postpone some shows and unfortunately, we have to cancel some too. 

"The good news is that I'm doing a little bit better but it's going very slow and it's very frustrating for me."

She continued: "I need to be in top shape when I'm on stage, I honestly can't wait, but I'm just not there yet."

The My Heart Will Go On singer also thanked fans for their continued support and said she is doing everything she can to get back to the level where she needs to be to give 100% at her shows. 

Celine Dion will now perform at the OVO Hydro on Sunday, April 2 and Monday, April 3 next year.