Celine Dion has announced 26 new shows for her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and to celebrate the news, Dion shared an amazing photo of herself in a beautiful gown, giving fans a taste of what to expect.
Dion was a vision of elegance in a sparkling floor-length dress that featured strategic cutouts around the chest and plenty of diamontes.
Attached to the gown was a sheer shimmery cape, which added a dramatic flare to the ensemble.
Céline has announced 26 new shows for her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at @CaesarsPalace, scheduled March 27th to April 18th and May 22nd to June 9th 2018. Stay tuned, tickets go on sale Friday, November 17th. Go to celinedion.com for more information. Céline ajoute 26 nouvelles dates à son spectacle au Colosseum du @CaesarsPalace à Las Vegas, du 27 mars au 18 avril et du 22 mai au 9 juin 2018.Les billets seront en vente dès le vendredi 17 novembre. Visitez le celinedion.com pour plus d’information. – Team Céline ? @denisetruscello #CélineDion #CélineDionVegas
Keeping it simple, Dion wore her hair in soft effortless waves and only sported a stunning diamond ring.
The new dates will take place between March 27 through June 9, 2018.
Due to a overwhelming popular demand, this will be Dion’s sixth consecutive year performing at The Colosseum, in Las Vegas.
The Vegas residency, along with her recent foray into wild fashion, has opened her up to a legion of newer and younger fans.
Last week she joined popular DJ Steve Akoi on stage to perform a remixed version of her hit song ‘My Heart Will Go On’ at a benefit concert for victims of the October 1 shootings that killed 59 people in Vegas.
Dion appeared to be having an absolute ball on stage, belting out the ballad before launching into some serious dance moves while the crowd cheered her on.
The benefit concert helped raise over one million dollars for victims from last month’s shooting in Las Vegas.
Dion recently pledged proceeds from an October performance at The Colosseum to also help victims and families of the tragedy.