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Back to perform in Las Vegas for the first time since taking a year off to care for her ailing husband, Celine Dion says her love songs have taken on a whole new meaning. The "My
Heart Will Go On" singer put her career on hold in August 2014 after husband Rene Angelil underwent surgery for throat cancer, saying she wanted to "devote every ounce" of her
energy to supporting him and their children.
She will continue to record, releasing a new French-language album next year with an English-language follow-up in 2017.
A five-time Grammy award winner, Dion has drawn hordes of dedicated fans to two of the Strip's longest-running and most successful residencies over the past decade. Celine, her
latest show, has grossed a reported $133 million although Caesars has not confirmed that figure. She actually opened the Colosseum with her first performance back on March 25,
2003, and has now performed 927 shows there.
Representatives for Caesars said the revived show contains a number of changes, including tributes to iconic artists like Elvis and Queen. Celine Dion sang 'Purple Rain' of Prince,
and a 'duet' with Elvis. The song 'If I Can Dream' with Elvis on stage due to state-of-the-art technology.
|ELVIS & CELINE DION TOGETHER AGAIN ... IN VEGAS
August 29, 2015 - Elvis Matters / Elvis Express Radio