Canadian singer-comedian Véronic to launch show at Bally’s with help from Celine

Singer, comedian and tribute artist Véronic DiCaire will headline a limited-time show at Bally’s this summer.

The production will be co-produced by Celine Dion, who noticed Véronic’s talent early and invited her to open shows on her 2008 Taking Chances Tour.

Véronic gained notoriety as a musical theater artist in her native Canada, with roles in “Grease” and “Chicago.” After the release of two French-language albums, she appeared in two of Canada’s most prestigious comedy festivals. Since then, Véronic has toured extensively in North America and Europe, thrilling audiences at sold-out shows with her unusual blend of music and comedy.

In her Las Vegas show, “VÉRONIC Voices,” she will pay tribute to divas from Lady Gaga to Adele and Madonna to Whitney Houston. The production will include six backup dancers and five video screens, all orchestrated with the help of Celine Dion and René Angelil.

“I am very excited to present my new show at Bally’s,” Véronic said in a statement. “I feel the timing is great for this new kind of tribute and the team that René and Celine have put together is world class … I couldn’t ask for a better opportunity. Las Vegas is the perfect playground for what I do and I can’t wait to start!”

“VÉRONIC Voices” will show June 20 – Aug. 31 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.