Canadian singer Céline Dion has wrapped up her 16-year residence run at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Her two shows, 'A New Day' (from 2003 to 2007) and 'Céline' (from 2011 to 2019), combined to gross US$681.3m (€604.5m).
Billboard Boxscore also said they sold a whopping 4,555,752 tickets.
They remain the two highest-grossing and best-selling Las Vegas residencies of all time.
Since launching on March 15th 2011, Dion played 427 shows - earning US$296.2m (€262.8m) alone.
Commenting on the end of her run, Dion said: "At first I have to say that meeting with [show director] Franco Dragone - who was representing this whole team, this whole vision - it was very exciting, and we were looking forward to start this whole adventure".
"The energy around this whole project and dream was not very positive, I'm sure I've said it before: 'Oh the Titanic is going to sink again', 'She's going to end her career over there'.
"And then at one point [her husband] René kind of just like [said] 'Hey people: if we start to listen to everybody, do we believe in our project - do we believe in this or not?'
"And it shook everybody, in the right way".
John Nelson, senior vice president at AEG Presents told Billboard: "AEG Presents/Concerts West has operated the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and produced and promoted the thousands of shows there for nearly two decades.
"The success that Céline delivered at the debut of the show in 2003 and in those early years initially defied a lot of skeptics."
Dion is next heading on the 'Courage' world tour, ahead of her upcoming 12th studio album of the same name.
She came to international prominence after she won the Eurovision Song Contest for Switzerland in Dublin in 1988.
The cameras then turned to the young singer and her manager, and future husband, the late René Angélil.
A year later, Dion opened the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest in Lausanne with her song 'Where Does My Heart Beat Now' - which went on to become a top-five hit in the United States and made it into the charts around the globe.