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Véronic DiCaire, the vocal impressionist behind 50 voices, returns to Las Vegas

Véronic DiCaire can replicate Rihanna, Liza Minelli, Norah Jones and more

Want to hear Britney Spears, Dolly Parton, Norah Jones and Celine Dion all at once? Singing sensation Véronic DiCaire can make that happen.

The singing impersonator has a catalog of 50 female singers in her repertoire. The French-Canadian singer discovered by Celine Dion returns to Bally’s Las Vegas with her show “Véronic Voices” for performances from May 14 through June 13.

Every song is pitch perfect even though her first language is not English. She hits that way up high note in Mariah Carey’s “Emotions.” She has that Dolly Parton giggle down. Even Dion, who is a producer of the show, admits that DiCaire sounds just like her.

DiCaire plays the piano, singing a medley of songs from Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys and Norah Jones. When you close your eyes, you might think it’s really Rihanna, Billie Holiday, Cher or Liza Minelli singing.

DiCaire just finished a European tour, and her show in Las Vegas originally opened in 2013.

Tickets range from $45 to $95 and go on sale on Friday, April 4.

Tickets: Bally’s Las Vegas box office, (702) 777-7776


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