Because we've loved her, she's returned! Celine Dion took to social media on Wednesday to announce that she would be making her big musical comeback.
The singer's team revealed that her first new original material in nearly four years would be dropping on Thursday, April 13.
Celine is returning with her first original song in nearly four years
"Tomorrow. 8 AM ET," the announcement simply read alongside a boomerang of hers from the movie, and it's safe to say that her fans were definitely falling into it.
"SHE'S COMING TO END CAREERS," one enthusiastically wrote, while another reacted with: "Yes we are ready for it. We can't wait for tomorrow," and a third said: "SO EXCITED, it's Celine's first song in four years!!!"
The song will be her first since 2019's "Courage" off the album of the same name, following which she retreated from the spotlight due to the pandemic and health troubles of her own.
After canceling shows due to "persistent muscle spasms," she revealed in December that she had been diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome and would stay home to recover, which you can learn more about in the video below.
However, her many fans could not be more thrilled about her comeback, including her Love Again co-stars Priyanka and Sam.
In a video they posted soon after the news broke, they gushed about working with each other while declaring that their favorite part of the experience was "new music from Celine Dion."
Sam even stated that alongside a lyric video for the single, which would be one of many written specifically for the movie by the 55-year-old songstress, a special sneak peek from the movie will be dropping.
Sam and Priyanka showed support for the Canadian singer as well
"Fall in love with all new music from the one and only @CelineDion!" the caption alongside their video read. The film will be released in theaters on May 12.
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