Her Vegas show may have come to a close, but that doesnt mean Celines insanely amazing vocal talents wont be appeasing the masses anymore. In a recent performance in L.A., Dion belted out her countless hits on stage, even trying something new by throwing in two duets with Josh Groban (who recently performed with Andrea Bocelli at the Grammys) and the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am. That should make for an interesting new sound. Watch it now! | More online videos
Céline Dion is bidding Vegas farewell and setting out on a yearlong world tour — kicked off by a star-studded concert, Céline Dion: That's Just the Woman in Me (tonight at 9 pm/ET, CBS). We caught up with the star to discuss where her career goes from here.
TV Guide: Are you trying to convey something specific about yourself by naming the new album Taking Chances and your CBS concert Céline Dion: That's Just the Woman in Me?Celine Dion: Yes. Maturity, stability, strength. Comfort zone. The best is yet to come. I enjoy singing much more now than I ever did before because I don't need to do it — I want to do it. I don't need to prove anything. I'm not thinking of technique. I'm taking chances and trying different sounds.
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