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Celine Dion hints at Australian tour

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Celine Dion looks set to announce her first tour of Australia in ten years.

The vocal powerhouse already revealed dates of an upcoming tour of Asia in July, inching closer and closer to Australia.

Promoters Frontier Touring dropped tour hints on Twitter using emojis to represent two of Dion's songs, Beauty and the Beast and The Power Of Love, along with a date, February 2nd 2018.

Dion revealed in a video on her social media earlier this month that she would be touring the Asia-Pacific region and has since announced dates in Tokyo, Macao, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei, Manila and Bangkok up until July 23.

Dion's most recent Australian shows were in 2008 on her Taking Chances tour. She is expected to release a new English-language album this year, her first since Loved Me Back To Life in 2013.

The five-time Grammy Award winner has sold more than 220 million albums and has performed more than 1000 shows in her residency at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, which began in 2011.

The singer was hit with personal tragedy in 2016, losing her husband, Rene Angelil, and her brother, Daniel, within the same week.

© AAP 2018 Image Credit: AAP Image/CrowdSpark/Julie Gazzoti

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