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The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker returned to her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace's Colosseum on Thursday night, August 27.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' singer says of her husband's heartbreaking wish, 'Rene says to me, 'I want to die in your arms.' O.K., fine, I'll be there, you'll die in my arms.'
The 'You Raise Me Up' hitmaker, a good friend of the couple, says on 'The Talk' that Rene Angelil is his wife's biggest fan.
The singer can't hold back tears as she reveals husband Rene Angelil is now on a feeding tube, adding that she feeds him three times a day.
Announcing her return to Las Vegas stage through a representative, the singer promises 'there will be high, happy notes.'
The songstress went back on headlines after someone mashed up her 'My Heart Will Go On' with 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' first trailer.
After Dion announced she'd take a break from her longtime residency to take care of her ailing husband, Carey's reportedly offered $750,000 to play two shows at the legendary venue.
The 'Water and a Flame' singer will take care of her hubby who has been battling cancer while recovering from her own illness caused by inflammation in her throat muscles.
Dion previously told the man named Richard Dunn to come and see her at one of her shows after a video of him lip-syncing to the song while being stranded in a Las Vegas airport went viral.
Dion also says she wants Richard Dunn, the man behind the viral video, to attend her Las Vegas show next time he's stranded at the airport.
Richard Dunn, who was waiting for his flight at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport, filmed himself wandering around the empty terminal while lip-syncing to Dion's ballad.
The video, which sees the diva and her collaborator performing on a rooftop, arrives nearly six months after it was first teased in January.
The husband of the 'My Heart Will Go On' singer, Rene Angelil, has successfully undergone a surgery to remove tumor from his throat and is resting at home in Las Vegas.
The Mother Monster will perform her 'Do What U Want', while the Canadian singer will join forces with Ne-Yo to sing their duet 'Incredible'.
The Canadian singer will drop the first single off her forthcoming new album of the same title out on November 5.