Celine Dion says 'doctor's orders' prompted another concert cancellation

Celine Dion performs My Heart Will Go On
Mario Anzuoni  Reuters

Celine Dion performs My Heart Will Go On Mario Anzuoni Reuters

Celine Dion has announced Asia-Pacific tour dates for later in 2018.

TMZ reported that the cancellation had nothing to do with the incident that took place during her show Friday.

The excitement is set to come back to those same fans after it was confirmed on Friday that Dion will finally be performing in the country this year.

She will be playing some cities for the first time including Manila, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei, and Bangkok.

Tickets for her Manila show will go on sale to the public beginning January 18 at 10AM.

Fans can expect Dion to belt out hit such as "My Heart Will Go On", "Because You Loved Me", "Beauty And The Beast" and more during her performances over the tour.

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Her fans were quick to praise the way she handled the situation, with one writing: "I'm impressed. But now, we're gonna have a fun time", she said.

A tour schedule was also posted on Dion's website which showed that the 48-year-old hitmaking chanteuse will perform in Manila on July 19 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

"I love you, you love me", Dion starts singing, trying to detract from the freaky moment.

"I can't wait to be there with you".

The French-Canadian songstress is due to perform for two nights in Singapore, and for only one night at her other Southeast Asian destinations. "I can't wait. Come on, Lady Gaga, we're waiting for you!"

"I'm glad that. I thought you just wanted to come closer to me. Be well", she said in a social media video.

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