After Celine Dion's husband René Angélil passed away, it was very understandable that the songstress took some time off from her Las Vegas show.
While the 47-year-old did return recently to the Colosseum stage at Caesars Palace for a tribute to her late husband, it sounds like she might be ready to get back in the swing of things and start performing again!
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According to Closer Weekly, Celine started rehearsals again on Tuesday for her Las Vegas Show and is slated to resume performances February 23!
While the My Heart Will Go On singer is still struggling with René's death, a source revealed that she she's ready to get back in the saddle saying:
"A few days should be all it takes to get the show back in tip-top shape."
Dion is also already working with her new manager Aldo Giampaolo, who has been an adviser of hers for 25 years.
But in his final years, Angélil also prepared his wife to manage herself if she felt she wanted to. According to the source:
"In the last years Rene really allowed Celine to make decisions."
The source went on to say Celine is using positivity to avoid depression:
"She says she can't live in mourning with the curtains drawn. You have to let a little light in. Even a little laughter."
Obviously the Grammy winner suffered a great loss, but we're so happy to hear she's staying strong and doing her best to move on in a positive way!
[Image via NBC.]
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