SINGER Celine Dion has rescheduled her Glasgow shows at the Hydro until next year.

The star, 52, was due to play two dates at the city venue in September. 

She will now play her Glasgow shows on April 26 and 27.

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She said: "I had really hoped that we'd be back on stage sometime this year, but nothing is more important than everyone's health and safety.

“The whole world has been going through such difficult times during this pandemic, and my heart goes out to all those who have suffered.

"I know we'll eventually get through this together, and we'll make up for all that lost time. I miss doing our shows....I can't wait to sing with all of you again. Stay safe everyone…see you soon!”

Celine is best known for her hits My Heart Will Go On and I'm Alive. 

She remains one of the best best-selling Canadian artists of all time with record sales of up to 200 million worldwide. She previously played the Hydro in 2017 

Tickets for the original show remain valid.