“Every night that the show started was kind of a new day,” Dion said, referring to the title of her Las Vegas concert extravaganza

“He’s got to share his mom and dad most of the time when we go out,” the 39-year-old singer said Monday on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

“So right away, it is different,” she said. “And that’s why he doesn’t want to go out a lot. I notice that he always wants to stay home.”

Dion, 39, is married to Rene Angelil, 논산출장업소 who has managed her career since she was a teenager. The couple were wed in 1994.

Dion said performing in the same venue has given her “stability and a comfort zone,” but she still struggles with being away from her son when she’s doing the show.

She said the nearly five years she has spent performing in Las Vegas have been exciting, demanding and – despite her initial fears, never boring.

“You know the crowd and the people there is different every night, to start with,” Dion told Winfrey. “Nights you don’t feel so good, you go on, they give you the energy you need.

“Every night that the show started was kind of a new day,” Dion said, referring to the title of her Las Vegas concert extravaganza. She added: “It was natural, I had to say it!”

Her new album, “Taking Chances,” was due in stores Tuesday.

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