Celine Dion Changes Las Vegas Show to Include Tribute to Late Husband Rene Angelil
By Lynda Brendish
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Celine Dion is changing up her Las Vegas, Nevada show to honor her late husband, René Angélil, who died Jan. 14.
When Dion returns to the stage on Tuesday night at Caesars Colosseum for her first show since Angélil's death, it will begin with a moving 10-minute tribute to her longtime love, a source confirms to ET.
Although it is likely the 47-year-oldsinger will continue the tribute for the remaining shows before her March hiatus, the source adds that Dion could decide she does not feel up to performing the tribute at each show.
Angélil was Dion's manager and his death from cancer -- two days before his 74th birthday -- hit the "My Heart Will Go On" singer hard.
Earlier this month, the GRAMMY winner spoke emotionally about Angélil before a star-studded gathering at a memorial in Las Vegas, remembering the "love of my life."
"Rene never hated anyone," she said, speaking to the gathering. "Is it possible someone loves everybody? I don't think so. But he never told me a person he disliked… Time was precious to him. He loved life so much, so very much."