Céline Dion introduced a documentary about her life at its New York City premiere.

The documentary, "I Am: Céline Dion," focuses on her career and battle with stiff-person syndrome (SPS).

Dion thanked her children and supporters during her speech.

The event marked the largest audience Dion had addressed in years.

She expressed gratitude to her physician, Dr. Amanda Piquet, and filmmaker, Irene Taylor Brodsky.

Dion's three sons, René-Charles, Nelson, and Eddy, were highlighted in her speech.

She shared an emotional moment about comparing herself to an apple while learning about her condition.

Dion quoted a fan who emphasized they support her for the truth, not just her performances.

René-Charles joined her on stage with a tissue as she teared up, showing family support.

Dion concluded her speech by calling the documentary her love letter to fans and received a standing ovation.