Celin Dion’s sons trooped out to present their legendary mom with two bouquets of red roses — and another, single white rose.
Celine Dion was greeted with a full-throated roar and a standing ovation from the start as she opened her 1,144th and final show Saturday night at the Colosseum.
Celine Dion performed “Because You Loved Me,” “Ashes,” Beauty and the Beast” and “My Heart Will Go On.” Her arrival drew a roar from the 300 VIPs in attendance, who were not informed of the night’s entertainment.
Jimmy Kimmel left the table a winner after his weeklong stay in Las Vegas.
Celine Dion has found new favorite creative outlet: Riding shotgun around Las Vegas while singing to her own songs.
The Celine Dion/James Corden trek around VegasVille and across Lake Bellagio on March 22 will air on prime time. “The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special” is scheduled for 10 p.m. May 20 on CBS.
Celine Dion’s reps have confirmed the scene will air on or around May 20, just about three weeks before Dion closes her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
The show was announced during Travis Pastrana’s wildly hyped trifecta of stunt jumps dubbed “Evel Live” on the Las Vegas Strip in July