The Quebec icon was scheduled to debut the show in November, marking his return to Las Vegas after finishing his 16-year residency in 2019.
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Céline Dion, citing medical problems, postponed the opening of her latest show in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
He was scheduled to premiere a self-titled show at Resorts World Las Vegas in early November, but performances are now canceled between November 5-20, 2021 and January 9- February 5, 2022.
“Céline has been experiencing severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevent her from acting,” said a statement released by the show’s promoters. “Her medical team continues to evaluate and treat her. However, the symptoms he is experiencing prevent him from participating in the ongoing trials for the new program. “
The concert dates would have marked Dion’s return to Las Vegas after she finished a 16-year residency in 2019. Her two shows at that time, A New Day and Céline, are listed by Billboard as the two highest-grossing residences in Las Vegas.