“I guess that’s really it; I feel like I don’t have to prove myself. I don’t have to prove anything,” Dion says. “When you don’t have to prove anything, it gives you a lot of space.”
Sunday was Justin Timberlake’s first encounter with Gaz, who might or might not have the cash to pony up to bring Timberlake to the Colosseum to help fill the void left by Celine Dion’s impending departure.
Celine wore Golden Knights jersey No. 29 for Marc-Andre Fleury while singing “River Deep/Mountain High.”
Dion is suffering from a condition known as Patulous Eustchian tube, and she will need minor surgery to repair the problem.
The Los Angeles Kings have acquired veteran defenseman Dion Phaneuf in a four-player trade with the Ottawa Senators.
Celine Dion has returned to the studio to record her next, not-yet-titled album.
Wherever there is a mass casualty crime, you’ll probably find Jeff Dion on the scene just about immediately after — just as he was in Las Vegas Oct. 5, four days after the Oct. 1 shooting.
The single sold 1.7 million copies on its own and propelled Dion’s “Let’s Talk About Love” and the “Titanic: Music From the Motion Picture” soundtrack to each sell tens of millions of albums worldwide.
After performing her own show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Celine joined Steve Aoki at Omnia Nightclub for a reverberating, club mix of the classic Titanic theme song “My Heart Will Go On.”
Celine followed with a warm rendition of “Recovery,” the ode to her late husband, Rene Angelil and written by rock artist Pink. The song was released in September 2016 and dedicated to Angelil, who died in January 2016.