Kicking off on 26 June in Tokyo, the tour will last a month-long where the singer will grace other cities for the first time such as Macau, Jakarta, Manila and Bangkok. The incident, which took place in January, saw the "My Heart Will Go On" singer have a conversation with the woman on stage, discovering that she was hoping to encourage people to donate bone marrow as her son had just undergone a transplant.
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.
With that the fan then grabs the microphone and growls "don't touch me" at Dion's bodyguard Olivier. "But you know what, I'm glad you came closer to me, ' she added, barely getting the sentence out before the woman launches herself at the songstress".
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Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno were both absent as they continue their respective rehabs while Nathaniel Clyne is still AWOL. The Premier League leaders come to Anfield this weekend, still unbeaten from their opening 22 games so far this season.
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 want to say thank you to all of you, because for maybe five minutes we had given this lady a moment to talk.
"I love you, you love me". "The fans would love to hear the hits, so there'll be hits like "Because You Loved Me" and 'My Heart Will Go On, '" she said.
Speaking into her microphone, Celine said: "Let me tell you something". I can't wait to see you again. She handled that well and with class. Hats off to Celine Dion. "I'm glad you came up onstage tonight", Dion tells the woman.