When a loved one passes away, it can be hard to do anything other than grieve. In Celine Dion's case, she will have to put the grieving aside until further notice because she is still set to play a show tonight in Miami despite news of her mother's passing.\nAccording to many sources, including the CBC, Thérèse Tanguay Dion, aka "Maman Dion," died at the age of 92 sometime last night.\nAs part of her Courage World Tour, Celine is scheduled to perform tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the American Airlines Arena. So far, news of postponing or cancellation has not been made to this event or any of the upcoming ones.\nIn fact, quite the contrary. According to Ticketmaster, tickets are still available for the concert, with the cheapest resale price at over $900.\nHowever, it should be noted that there is still a possibility of the show being postponed or canceled.\nThe Canadian-born-and-raised singer was known for being very close to her mother, who helped launch her singing career. So it wouldn't be unlikely if she decided to take some time off to process her mom's passing.\nTherese Dion, mother of superstar Celine Dion, has died at age 92 https://t.co/MsboCLzq6R pic.twitter.com/ntLWzkA8Yk\n— CTV Montreal (@CTVMontreal) January 17, 2020\nIt comes as no surprise that the internet is too, grieving the loss of Maman.\nComments on the above Twitter post include sincere condolences, sad emojis, and hearts.\n😢😢 all my love and support,💖\n— Mariana (@MarianLPersano) January 17, 2020\nCeline's tour will be taking her to Texas and North Carolina in the next week, but it is unclear if she will be keeping this schedule.\nShe also has dates coming up in Canada. You can see all of her upcoming events here.\nView this post on Instagram Well hello Nashville, are you ready for the show? - Team Céline . Bonjour Nashville, êtes-vous prêts pour le spectacle ? - Team Céline . #CourageWorldTour . 📸 : @denisetruscello A post shared by Céline Dion (@celinedion) on Jan 13, 2020 at 11:03am PST\nFor more celeb news check out Aubrey Plaza pole dancing on the Ellen Show, and meet Sammie from Miami on Netflix's new show, The Circle.