Good news: Céline Dion set to return to stage following medical procedure
After Céline Dion canceled a series of shows in Las Vegas to undergo a surgical procedure, the Grammy award winner is set to return to the stage at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Confirmed by Céline's official Facebook page, her staff announced recently that the superstar "will return to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace for 24 new performances from October 30 through November 17 and from December 28 through January 20!"
"Don't miss the exclusive Team Céline pre-sale for these new concerts starting Tuesday, June 5 at 10 a.m. PST, before the public on-sale date of Friday, June 8 at 12 p.m. PST.," the staff added.
Céline had to cancel her shows in Colosseum at Caesars Palace last March and April due to a condition in her middle ear that keeps getting worse.
The Canadian singer has been experiencing this unfortunate medical condition for the past 12 to 18 months.
It has been treated with ear drop medications at first, but these medications are not working anymore, so Celine underwent a surgical procedure to treat her condition.
Céline, who has an estimated net worth of $650 million, married Angelil on December 17, 1994, and has three children with him.
After her husband died in January 2016 due to throat cancer, she admitted that she became very lonely that she would sleep with her six-year-old twins on the same bed.
The My Heart Will Go On singer also found comfort in the love, devotion, and admiration of her fans. She once said that her fans seem married to her songs. They even sing her songs as a lullaby to their children.
Céline has one of the greatest success stories ever told. She has sold more than 220 million albums over the course of her career. Her iconic songs have left an indelible mark on the history of pop music.
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