We are incredibly heartbroken!
In an interview with USA Today published on Monday, the My Heart Will Go On singer dishes on the various emotions she will have on her first show back.
The 47-year-old said:
"That first show, it will be fragile… There will be moments. Of emptiness, laughter, awkwardness, tearing up. But that's the point of coming back — otherwise, I [would] just release an album."
The Canadian originally went on hiatus to care for her ailing husband, who has battled throat cancer for several years and has to be fed through a tube three times a day.
While the musician constantly asks medical professionals how long he has left to live, they still don't have an answer: