What a weeks it has been. My show, Michelle McManus’ Reality: The Musical, opened at this year's Edinburgh Fringe on Wednesday night and I'm in a gorgeous new venue this year as sadly St Andrew Square Gardens is no more. I'm now down at Stand 6 on York Place at The Place Hotel complete with an outdoor rooftop terrace bar, how very posh indeed. Only 22 more shows to go so let the madness commence.

Back in Glasgow is all go, show wise, too with the touring production of Flashdance starring Strictly Come Dancing Champion Joanne Clifton and A1 heartthrob Ben Adams opening at The Kings Theatre on Saturday evening plus the annual Summer Nights at The Bandstand kicked off in Style this week.

Texas and the Beach Boys Brian Wilson have already performed and over the next two weeks bands like the Pixies and Arab Strap will take to the stage in Kelvingrove Park. Tonight though it's the incredibly talented KT Tunstall who’ll be delighting the crowds at the Bandstand. I saw KT live at the Barrowlands back in 2010 and it's still one of the best gigs I've ever been too. Her song Lost from her Tiger Suit album is always top of my list to play when I'm on Radio Scotland presenting the Music Match.

Tomorrow night however, something epic and incredible is happening in my world. It's been more than 20 years but she's back in Scotland to perform for one night only, right here in Glasgow and I have a Willie Wonka golden ticket to go see her.

My idol and my inspiration when it comes to singing, Celine Dion, is performing at the Hydro tomorrow night and I can barely contain my excitement. She might not be everyone's cup of tea and it's each to their own when it comes to music but I just adore her and it's been my dream for years to see her perform live.

As a teenager I would lock myself in my room and spend hours trying to learn the lyrics to her songs on her French album, D’eux. I even sang one of them for the oral part of my Standard Grade French Exam and it secured my overall credit mark. For me, vocally, no one comes close. Her range and her live performances are breathtaking and as a singer you can only really appreciate her immense talent when you yourself attempt to sing one of her songs.

I adore all different kinds of music and I often feel quite sad for folk who refuse to listen to anything other than their favourite band or style of genre but there is only one performer that I would gladly give a kidney to see live and that's Celine. Tomorrow night, myself and a group of my friends and family are going to see the great lady in action and I simply can't wait.

For the 13,000 fans going to the gig on Saturday night, Sloan's Bar in town will be hosting a Celine Dion pre party. There will be Celine inspired cocktails including The Prosecco Will Go On and Because You Loved Gin while Celine’s greatest hits are being blasted out through the speakers.

To top it all off there will be a life size cutout of Celine in the bar so fans can have their photo taken with her and if I'm not at the front of that queue the you’ll be reading in the Sunday papers about a crazed fan that tried to jump onstage to sing Barbra Streisand's part in the song Tell Him with Celine and you can bet your bottom dollar that will be me. For everyone going to the concert I hope you have a fabulous night and don't forget the pre party at Sloan's kicks off from 2pm on Saturday afternoon.