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Céline Dion is ready to return to the Las Vegas stage for a very special reason.
E! News has learned the singer will appear at The Colosseum inside Las Vegas' Caesars Palace Wednesday evening for a celebration of life service honoring husband René Angélil.
While details remain tight-lip, we can confirm Celine has no plans to talk or perform during the ceremony. Instead, guests will honor the proud husband and father who died on Jan. 14 after battling cancer.
"My family and I are deeply touched by the outpouring of love and support from so many people who have touched our lives during these past few days," read a letter posted on Celine's website after his death. "We have felt your love for René, and your prayers and compassion have helped us during this most difficult time... more than you'll ever know. I thank you from the bottom of my heart."
Celine and her children honored René on Jan. 22 with a funeral where the couple's son René-Charles delivered a touching speech to attendees.
"Fifteen years is not a long time for a son to get to know his father," he told the crowd. "You left me now with enough good memories of you to share with my younger brothers. As they grow older without you being around, I'll make sure to pass on what I've learned from you."
He added, "You are a tough act to follow but with our help everything is going to be fine. Dad, I promise you here that we're all going to live up to your standards."
Celine has also been mourning the recent loss of her brother Daniel who passed away from cancer just two days after her husband's death.
Through the pain, the singer has found comfort in fans and family. As a result, she is expected to resume her residency in Las Vegas on Feb. 23.
"Her heart is broken," a source shared with E! News at the time of her family members' deaths. "She is devastated but trying to be as strong as possible. Her world has changed but she is taking it day by day."