On December 5, 2007 Celine Dion appeared on the cover of the famous magazine "Gala", published in France.
On December 7, 2007 Celine Dion appeared talking during the broadcast of a reportage aired on Netherlands in occasion to the release of the DVD "Live In Las Vegas - A New Day...". Celine sent a very special message for her fans in Holland.
ON TV SHOW
On December 9, 2007 Celine Dion appeared on the famous TV show "Vivement Dimanche", hosted by Michel Druker and broadcasted on France 2 channel in France. This episode was taped on November 2007 during Celine´s promotion of her new album "Taking Chances" in Europe. During the show, Celine was interviewed and she also performed the song "Taking chances".
On December 12, 2007 Celine Dion met with a fan named Jessica on backstage at her residency show at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, USA.
IN LAS VEGAS
On December 13, 2007 the Nevada Commission on Tourism honored Celine Dion as the Entertainer of the New Millennium at the annual Governor´s Conference on Tourism wich took place at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, USA. Celine made a special appearance to accept the award. Krolicki, tourism commission chair, said "On behalf of the state of Nevada, we are delighted to have the opportunity to publicly honor and thank Celine Dion, an extraordinary entertainer who has not only performed in Nevada but also chosen to call Nevada home and invested in the health and prosperity of the state and its residents". Celine has been performing in Las Vegas to sold-out crowds since the opening of the show in March 2003, with almost 3 million people having seen the show. Since becoming a resident of Las Vegas, Celine has dedicated more than a half dozen performances of her show "A New Day..." and donated millions of dollars to various Las Vegas based national and international charities. A sentimental Celine said she will forever remember Caesars Palace as the site of her son´s first steps. "And his first potty training", she said. Gov. Jim Gibbons presented her, whose 41/2-year run with the newly created award. The award recognized Celine for "entertaining millions and changing the lives of all Nevadans through her commitment to philanthropic giving". Nevada first lady Dawn Gibbons gifted Celine with a Nevada-mined turquoise necklace.Celine told the gathering she will miss her life in Las Vegas and thanked her husband Rene Angelil for "taking the big gamble". "As you know, my husband is a gambler, and I´m glad he is", she said. Angelil couldn´t be happier, either. He won more than $1 million in a $100,000 buy-in no-limit Texas hold-em poker tournament this week at the Caesars Palace. On the same day, Celine also was on rehearsals for her show of "A New Day...".
IN LAS VEGAS
On December 15, 2007 Celine Dion performed for the last time at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, USA with the show "A New Day...". On that day, Celine arrived earlier to the Caesars Palace accompanied by her husband, Rene Angelil, her son Rene Charles and her mother Thérèse Tanguay. After change the outfit, Celine went to the Colosseum to rehearsals for the last time. After the concert and a press conference she gave with Franco Dragone, the director of the show, Celine went to her dressing room where she met with her son and with Dragone again. Footage from all day long were broadcasted during the TV special titled "Les Adieux de Céline à Las Vegas" on TVA channel in Canada on the next day.
On December 15, 2007 Celine Dion performed for the last time at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, USA with the show "A New Day...". Immediately after the concert, Celine, accompanied by Franco Dragone (the director of the show), gave a press conference to talk about her 5 years in Las Vegas with "A New Day...". Footage from the press conference was broadcasted on TVA channel in Canada on December 16, 2007.
On December 15, 2007 Celine Dion has granted a pondering and almost sentimental interview to the reports of Le Journal de Montréal. The interview took place at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, USA just the day of the last show of "A New Day...". Celine also was photographed. During the interview, Celine has told that she will remember for always the Caesars Palace and will miss her life in Vegas.
On December 15, 2007 Celine Dion performed by last time at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace with the show "A New Day...". After the show and a press conference, Celine took part on an special party, wich took place at the disco club Pure, there in the Caesars Palace, as a goodbye party for the show "A New Day...". Celine was acompained by her husband, Rene Angelil, fans, and all the crew of the show.
On December 15, 2007 Celine Dion appeared on interview during the broadcast of the TV show "Gros Plan", aired on Alpha TV channel in Greece. It was the same interview, made by Nikos Aliagas, aired on the TV show "50 min Inside" on November 10, 2007 on TF1 channel in France.
ON TV SPECIAL
On December 16, 2007 Celine Dion appeared on the broadcast of the TV special entitled "Les Adieux de Céline Dion à Las Vegas", hosted by Claude Charron and aired on TVA channel in Canada. It was a TV special about Celine´s final "A New Day..." show in Las Vegas. It wasn´t the entire show. It was a sort of documentary about the last performance. A camera team followed Celine and her family the whole day, before, during and after her final show, during the preparations in her dressing room at the Caesars Palace and present the special moments of this show. Claude Charron interviewed Celine before and after the show. Celine´s husband, Rene Angelil, also was interviewed. Celine´s brother Michel Dion and many other people of the crew also appeared talking.
ON TV SHOW
On December 21, 2007 Celine Dion appeared on the famous American talk show "Larry king Live", hosted by Larry King and broadcasted on CNN channel in USA. Larry talked with Celine, who was in Las Vegas, USA. They also broadcasted complete performances of Celine taken from the show "A New Day..." at the Colosseum of the Caesars Palace.