Céline Dion is staying strong in the wake of her beloved husband's cancer battle.
In a newly uncovered video from The National Enquirer — released via Radar Online — the 47-year-old singer pays tribute to her ailing spouse, René Angélil, 73, during one of her Las Vegas concerts.
Céline and René in February 2011. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The touching clip — taken from Céline's Aug. 29 show — features the songstress performing a rendition of Roberta Flack's 1969 song, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" while home videos of her husband and three children, René-Charles, 14, and twins Nelson and Eddy, both 4, play in the background.
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“I hope that by now you have got the message that tonight’s show is very, very personal to me," the star says in the beginning of the video.
“Her husband is really, really sick, so it’s an amazing thing she’s keeping on performing. I guess, in a way, it helps her take her mind off it. You can really tell there’s a lot of passion going into each performance," a concert attendee told The National Enquirer.
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In March, the "My Heart Will Go On" songstress confessed René had been diagnosed with throat cancer in December 2013 and is now using a feeding tube. This is former singer and manager's third bout with the illness.
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