In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion anticipated her return to the stage in Las Vegas would be emotional. At the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Thursday night, it took all of one song for at least part of her prescient prediction to be realized.
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Be careful when you walk into the Hard Rock Hotel on Friday. Some guy may come up and start saying weird things to you or start going crazy or ... oh, you're there for the "Impractical Jokers" show? Never mind.
Throughout one of the most emotional nights of her career, Celine Dion triumphantly shook a clenched fist.
In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion predicted that her highly anticipated return to Las Vegas would be emotional.
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