The singer Celine Dion was at the forefront of the Alexandre Vauthier fashion show in Paris and hugged the designer during the final, dressed in a tight dress of the new collection (January 23).

LOS ANGELES – Three years after losing her husband Ree Angelil cancer and after 16 years of residence at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Celine Dion makes changes.

The 51-year-old French-Canadian singer has announced that she will begin a world tour this fall and release a new album featuring the single "Courage".

"It's time to change things, it's time to hit the road," Dion announced at a concert and a question and answer session at the Los Angeles Theater at the hotel. Ace. "So a lot of news, a lot of work."

Dion jokingly remarked, "But I'm not pregnant, do not worry."

Named the Courage World Tour, Dion's new show will take place a few months after the end of her residency in Vegas in June. The tour will officially begin September 18 in Quebec City, Canada, and will visit more than 50 North American cities.

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Celine Dion announces the Courage World Tour, which will begin September 18, 2019 at a special live event at the Theater at Ace Hotel on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. (Photo: Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP)

Dion was optimistic at an often comical appearance. The event kicked off with a short film showing a tank top carrying Dion jumping to the wheel of a truck and taking the road to Las Vegas (with an Elvis impersonator, a slot machine and a girl at the back).

Despite the truck that breaks down on the screen, the real Dion is revealed behind a spectacular black dress stage curtain.

She sang three signature songs, beginning with "I'm Alive", "Ashes" (from "Deadpool 2") and the anthem "Titanic" "My Heart Will Go On".

During the Q & A session, Dion said that audience members at the next tour should expect to hear his biggest hits.

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