She will also be performing for the first time in other Asian cities such as Jakarta, Taipei, Manila and Bangkok.
Celine Dion is set to perform in Singapore in July, 2018.
Many Filipino fans thought they'd be able to see Celine Dion live for the first time in Manila in 2014, but she cancelled at the last minute to care for her sick husband, René Angélil, who later passed away.
Throughout her 30-year musical career, Dion has won five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Album for Falling Into You (1996), and Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for My Heart Will Go On (1998).
Tickets for her Manila show will go on sale to the public beginning January 18 at 10AM.
Her fans were quick to praise the way she handled the situation, with one writing: "I'm impressed".
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The inspirational speech centered on women , and was a call-to-arms for the continued fight against men who abuse their power. What became evident throughout the award's night is that this statement is not just a catch-cry for the rich and famous.
CELINE Dion managed to maintain her flawless poise as an overzealous fan thrust against her onstage in Las Vegas. "But you know what, I'm glad you came closer to me", she added.
Dion managed to offer some kind words of support for the woman, saying: "2018 we're gonna make a change for your baby".
"Let me tell you something".
In between her residency shows in Las Vegas, Dion meets up with her team on what songs to bring to the tour. "I don't know her, I love her!" "I'm glad you came up onstage tonight", Dion tells the woman. I'm glad you came closer to me...
Fans took to social media to applaud the singer for her patience.