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Céline believes in Britney

Published 02/10/2013

Céline Dion
Céline Dion

Céline Dion has offered some words of wisdom for Britney Spears ahead of her Las Vegas residency.

The My Heart Will Go On singer is a Las Vegas veteran, and has been performing her sell-out shows at Caesars Palace since 2011.

It seems the Canadian superstar has every faith in Britney, who is set to start her new Sin City residency in December, and has sons Jayden James and Sean.

“What I wish for her, especially as a mother, is for her to find wonderful people who can help her find a balance between the artist that she is and the mother.

“And to try and find an emotional balance to cope with those two and be the best of both worlds. I think she can really do it!" she told ET Canada.

Céline’s original Vegas show A New Day ran for five years, and racked up a total of 700 performances, which were seen by three million people.

Even with the credentials to back her up, when it came to dishing out advice, Céline shied away from telling Britney what to do in Vegas.

“I don't think she needs any advice from me! She's been there, she's been on stage, she's shook it all out! She's very talented and knows exactly what to do,” she enthused.

31-year-old Britney is set to drop new music video Work B***h later today, and has taken to Twitter to remind fans.

Video director Ben Mor has said the new song is a more grownup Britney.

“I think this is a more adult Britney, definitely a more adult Britney. You can't have soft visuals for a song called Work B***h and we sure as hell didn't,” he exclaimed to MTV News.

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