It's all coming back to her now! Celine Dion is set to make her big return to Las Vegas.
The celebrated singer, 46, is resuming her famed Las Vegas residency, a rep for Dion confirmed to ABC News. After going on hiatus last year, the "My Heart Will Go On" crooner will once again grace Caesars Palace with her presence beginning in August, and has plans to debut an all-new act.
Dion first confirmed last week that she was planning to pick her residency gig back up. "Celine has a contract with Caesars so she will be back," the star's rep told Us. "However, there is no date scheduled yet for her to return."
The Grammy winner's schedule changed quickly, as fans will have to wait just five months to see Dion in Las Vegas once again. The Canadian singer first started her regular performances in the city of sin in 2003, continuing her run at Caesars Palace for years to come.
Dion announced in August 2014 that she was taking an unexpected break from her career for personal reasons. The "I Drove All Night" performer took time away to focus on the health of her husband René Angélil, with whom she shares son René-Charles, 14, and twins Nelson and Eddy, 4.
The music manager, whom Dion married in 1994, was diagnosed with throat cancer and got a tumor removed a few months before Dion's hiatus. "We are taking life one day at a time," Dion told ABC News. "[But] we are choosing to live."
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