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Céline Dion (1968)

Céline Marie Claudette Dion

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Céline Marie Claudette Dion, , , is a Canadian singer. Born to a large family from Charlemagne, Quebec, Dion emerged as a teen star in the French-speaking world after her manager and future husband René Angélil mortgaged his home to finance her first record. In 1990, she released the English-language album Unison, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking areas of the world.

Dion had first gained international recognition in the 1980s by winning both the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest. Following a series of French albums in the early 1980s, she signed on to CBS Records Canada in 1986. During the 1990s, with the help of Angélil, she achieved worldwide fame after signing with Epic Records and releasing several English albums along with additional French albums, becoming one of the most successful artists in pop music history. However, in 1999 at the height of her success, Dion announced a hiatus from entertainment in order to start a family and spend time with her husband, who had been diagnosed with cancer. She returned to the top of pop music in 2002 and signed a three-year contract to perform nightly in a five-star theatrical show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Dion's music has been influenced by genres ranging from rock and R&B to gospel and classical. While her releases have often received mixed critical reception, she is renowned for her technically skilled and powerful vocals. Dion is the best-selling Canadian artist of all time, is the second best-selling female artist in the US during the Nielsen SoundScan era, and is the only female artist to have two singles sell more than a million copies in the UK. In addition, her 1995 album D'eux, is the best-selling French-language album of all time. In 2004, after surpassing 175 million in album sales worldwide, she was presented with the Chopard Diamond Award at the World Music Awards for becoming the best-selling female artist of all time. According to Sony Music Entertainment, Dion has sold over 200 million albums worldwide.

  Biography  

 life and career
 Childhood and early beginnings
The youngest of 14 children born to Adhémar Dion and Thérèse Tanguay, both of French-Canadian descent, Celine Dion was raised a Roman Catholic in a poverty-stricken, but, by her own account, happy home in Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada. Music had always been a part of the family (Dion was named after the song Céline, recorded by French singer Hugues Aufray two years before her birth ). On the 13th of August 1973, the young Céline did her first public appearance at her brother Michel's marriage, and performed Christine Charbonneau's song Du fil des aiguilles et du coton. Then after she grew up singing with her siblings in her parents' small piano bar called Le Vieux Baril. From an early age Dion had dreamed of being a performer. In a 1994 interview with People magazine, she recalled, "I missed my family and my home, but I don't regret having lost my adolescence. I had one dream: I wanted to be a singer."

At age 12, Dion collaborated with her mother and her brother Jacques to compose her first song, "Ce n'était qu'un rêve" ("It Was Only a Dream"). Her brother Michel Dondalinger Dion sent the recording to music manager René Angélil, whose name he discovered on the back of a Ginette Reno album. Angélil was moved to tears by Dion's voice, and decided to make her a star. In 1981, he mortgaged his home to fund her first record, La voix du bon Dieu ("The Voice of the Good God"), which later became a local number-one hit and made Dion an instant star in Quebec. Her popularity spread to other parts of the world when she competed in the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo, Japan, and won the musician's award for "Top Performer" as well as the gold medal for "Best Song" with "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi" ("I Have So Much Love for You").

By 1983, in addition to becoming the first Canadian artist to receive a gold record in France for the single "D'amour ou d'amitié" ("Of Love or of Friendship"), Dion had also won several Félix Awards, including "Best Female performer" and "Discovery of the Year". Further success in Europe, Asia, and Australia came when Dion represented Switzerland in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Ne partez pas sans moi (Don't Go Without Me) and won the contest by a close margin in Dublin, Ireland. However, American success was yet to come, partly because she was exclusively a Francophone artist. At eighteen, after seeing a Michael Jackson performance, Dion told Angélil that she wanted to be a star like Jackson. Though confident in her talent, Angélil realized that her image needed to be changed in order for her to be marketed worldwide. Dion receded from the spotlight for a number of months, during which she underwent dental surgery to improve her appearance, and was sent to the École Berlitz in 1989 to polish her English.

In 1989, during a concert on Incognito Tour, Dion injured her voice. She consulted the otorhinolaryngologist William Gould. He gave her an ultimatum: have surgery on her vocal cords, or not utilize them at all for three weeks. Dion chose the latter and underwent a vocal formation with William Riley, because, according to Gould and Riley, she "doesn't know singing, she made a bad use of her vocal cords".

 Career breakthrough: 1990–1992

Two years after she had learned English, Dion made her debut into the Anglophone market with Unison , the lead single having originally been recorded by Laura Branigan. She incorporated the help of many established musicians, including Vito Luprano and Canadian producer David Foster. The album was largely influenced by 1980s soft rock music that quickly found a niche within the adult contemporary radio format. Unison also hit the right notes with critics: Jim Faber of Entertainment Weekly wrote that Dion's vocals were "tastefully unadorned", and that she never attempted to "bring off styles that are beyond her". Stephen Erlewine of Allmusic declared it as, "a fine, sophisticated American debut." Singles from the album included " Any Other Way", "The Last to Know", "Unison", and "Where Does My Heart Beat Now", a mid-tempo soft-rock ballad which made prominent use of the electric guitar. The latter became her first single to reach the top-ten on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number-four. The album established Dion as a rising singer in the United States, and across Continental Europe and Asia.

In 1991, Dion was also a soloist in Voices That Care, a tribute to American troops fighting in Operation Desert Storm. Dion's real international breakthrough came when she duetted with Peabo Bryson on the title track to Disney's animated film Beauty and the Beast . The song captured a musical style that Dion would utilize in the future: sweeping, classically influenced ballads with soft instrumentation. Both a critical and commercial hit, the song became her second U.S. top-ten single, and won the Academy Award for Best Song, and the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
"Beauty and the Beast" was featured on Dion's 1992 self-titled album, which, like her debut, had a strong rock influence combined with elements of soul and classical music. Owing to the success of the lead-off single and her collaboration with Foster and Diane Warren, the album was as well received as Unison. Other singles that achieved moderate success included "If You Asked Me To" (a cover of Patti LaBelle's song from the 1989 movie Licence to Kill) which peaked at number-four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, the gospel-tinged "Love Can Move Mountains", and "Nothing Broken But My Heart".

As with Dion's earlier releases, the album had an overtone of love. Also during this time, Dion released the Francophone album Dion chante Plamondon in 1991. The album consisted mostly of covers, but included 4 new songs, which included "Des mots qui sonnent", "Je danse dans ma tête", "Quelqu'un que j'aime, quelqu'un qui m'aime" and "L'amour existe encore". It was originally released in Canada and France during the 1991–1992 period, but then got an international release in 1994, the first French Celine Dion album to do so. "Un garçon pas comme les autres " became a smash hit in France, reaching number-two and being certified gold. In Quebec, the album was certified Gold the day it was released.

By 1992 Unison, Céline Dion, and media appearances had propelled Dion to superstardom in North America. She had achieved one of her main objectives: wedging her way into the Anglophone market and achieving fame. However, while she was experiencing rising success in the U.S., her French fans in Canada criticized her for neglecting them. She would later regain her fan base at the Félix Award show, where, after winning "English Artist of the Year", she openly refused to accept the award. She asserted that she was—and would always be—a French, not an English, artist. Apart from her commercial success, there were also changes in Dion's personal life, as Angélil, who was twenty-six years her senior, transitioned from manager to lover. However, the relationship was kept a secret as they both feared that the public would find their relations inappropriate.

 Popularity established: 1993–1995
In 1993, Dion announced her feelings for her manager by declaring him "the colour of love" in the dedication section of her third English-language album The Colour of My Love. However, instead of criticizing their relationship as Dion had feared, fans embraced the couple. Eventually, Angélil and Dion married in an extravagant wedding ceremony in December 1994, which was broadcast live on Canadian television.

As it was dedicated to her manager, the album's motif focused on love and romance. It became her most successful record up to that point, selling more than six million copies in the U.S., two million in Canada, and peaking at number-one in many countries. The album also spawned Dion's first U.S., Canadian, and Australian number-one single "The Power of Love" (a remake of Jennifer Rush's 1985 hit), which would become her signature hit until she reached new career heights in the late 1990s. The single "When I Fall in Love", a duet with Clive Griffin, achieved moderate success on the U.S. and Canadian charts, and was nominated for two Grammy Awards, winning one. The Colour of My Love also became Dion's first major hit in Europe, and in particular the United Kingdom. Both the album and the single "Think Twice" simultaneously occupied the top of the British charts for five consecutive weeks. "Think Twice", which remained at number-one for seven weeks, eventually became the fourth single by a female artist to sell in excess of one million copies in the UK, while the album was eventually certified five-times platinum for two-million copies sold.

Dion kept to her French roots and continued to release many Francophone recordings between each English record. Generally, they achieved more credibility than her English-language works. She released À l'Olympia, a live album that was recorded during one of Dion's concerts at the Paris Olympia in 1994. It had one promotional single, a live version of "Calling You", which peaked at seventy-five on the French Singles Chart. She also recorded a bilingual version of Petit Papa Noël with Alvin and the Chipmunks for the 1994 holiday album A Very Merry Chipmunk. D'eux , was released in 1995, and it would go on to become the best-selling French-language album of all time. The album was mostly written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman, and amassed huge success with the singles "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" and "Je sais pas". "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" reached number 1 in France and stayed at the top position for twelve weeks. It was later certified Platinum in France. The single also reached the top ten in the UK and Ireland, a rare accomplishment for a French song. The second single off the album, "Je sais pas", reached number-one on the French Singles Chart as well and was certified Silver in France. These songs would later become "If That's What It Takes" and "I Don't Know" on Dion's next English album, Falling into You.

During the mid-1990s, Dion's albums continued to be constructed on the basis of melodramatic ballads, but also with up-tempo pop and adult contemporary themed music. She collaborated with talented craftsman such as Jim Steinman and David Foster who helped her devise more adult contemporary songs. While critical reviews fluctuated, Dion's releases performed increasingly well on the international charts, and in 1996 she won the World Music Award for "World’s Best-selling Canadian Female Recording Artist of the Year" for the third time. By the mid-1990s, she had established herself as one of the best-selling artists in the world.

 Worldwide commercial success: 1996–1999


Falling into You , Dion's fourth English-language album, presented the singer at the height of her popularity, and showed a further progression of her music. In an attempt to reach a wider audience, the album combined many elements, such as complex orchestral sounds, African chanting and elaborate musical effects. Additionally, instruments like the violin, Spanish guitar, trombone, the cavaquinho and saxophone created a new sound. The singles encompassed a variety of musical styles. The title track "Falling into You" and "River Deep, Mountain High" made prominent use of percussion instruments; "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" (a remake of Jim Steinman's song) and a remake of Eric Carmen's "All by Myself" kept their soft-rock atmosphere, but were combined with the classical sound of the piano; and the number-one single "Because You Loved Me", which was written by Diane Warren, was a ballad that served as the theme to the 1996 film Up Close & Personal.

Falling into You garnered career-best reviews for Dion. While Dan Leroy wrote that it was not very different from her previous work, and Stephen Holden of The New York Times and Natalie Nichols of the Los Angeles Times wrote that the album was formulaic, other critics, such as Chuck Eddy of Entertainment Weekly, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AMG and Daniel Durchholz, lavished the album as "compelling", "passionate", "stylish", "elegant" and "remarkably well-crafted". Falling Into You became Dion's most critically and commercially successful album: it topped the charts in many countries and became one of the best-selling albums of all time. In the United States, the album reached number-one, and was later certified 11x Platinum for over 11 million copies shipped. In Canada, the album was certified diamond for over one million copies shipped. The IFPI certified Falling into You 9x Platinum, an accolade that has been given to only two other albums in history, with one of the two being Dion's own album, Let's Talk About Love. The album also won Grammy Awards for Best Pop Album, and the academy's highest honor Album of the Year. Dion's status on the world stage was further solidified when she was asked to perform "The Power of the Dream" at the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. In March 1996, Dion launched the Falling into You Tour in support of her new album, giving concerts around the world for over a year.

Dion followed Falling into You with Let's Talk About Love , which was publicized as its sequel. The recording process took place in London, New York City, and Los Angeles, and featured a host of special guests, such as Barbra Streisand on "Tell Him"; the Bee Gees on "Immortality"; and world-renowned tenor Luciano Pavarotti on "I Hate You Then I Love You". Other musicians included Carole King, Sir George Martin, Bryan Adams and Jamaican singer Diana King, who added a reggae tinge to "Treat Her Like a Lady". As with Falling into You, Let's Talk About Love was a major success for Dion, reaching number-one all over the world, attaining platinum status in twenty-four sales territories, and becoming Dion's fastest selling album of her career. In the United States, the album topped the chart in its seventh week of release, and was later certified 10x Platinum in the U.S. for over 10 million copies shipped. In Canada, the album sold 230,212 copies in its first week of release, which became, and still is, a record. It was eventually certified diamond in Canada for over 1 million copies shipped. The most successful single from the album became the classically influenced ballad "My Heart Will Go On", which was written and composed by James Horner and Will Jennings, and produced by Horner and Walter Afanasieff. Serving as the love theme for the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic, the song topped the charts across the world, and became Dion's signature song; as well as winning the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Original Song. The song also gave Dion two Grammy Awards for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" and the most coveted "Record of the Year", . "My Heart Will Go On" and "Think Twice" made her the only female artist in the UK to have two singles to sell more than a million copies. In support of her album, Dion embarked on the Let's Talk About Love Tour between 1998 and 1999.

Dion ended the 1990s with three more extremely successful albums—the Christmas album These Are Special Times , the French-language album, S'il suffisait d'aimer, and the compilation album All the Way... A Decade of Song . On These Are Special Times, Dion became more involved in the writing process. She co-wrote the song, "Don't Save It All For Christmas Day" along with Ric Wake and Peter Zizzo. The album was her most classically influenced yet, with orchestral arrangements found on virtually every track. "I'm Your Angel", a duet with R. Kelly, became Dion's fourth U.S. number one single, and another hit single across the world. All the Way... A Decade of Song drew together her most successful hits coupled with seven new songs, including the lead off single "That's the Way It Is", a cover of Roberta Flack's "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", and "All the Way", a duet with Frank Sinatra. The album itself was also extremely successful worldwide, reaching number-one in the United States for three weeks. The album was later certified 7x Platinum in the U.S. for 7 million copies shipped. All the Way... A Decade of Song also topped the charts in the UK, Canada, and Australia. Her last French-language studio album of the 1990s, S'il suffisait d'aimer, was very successful as well, topping the charts in every major French-speaking country, including France, Switzerland, Belgium Wallonia, and Canada. In France, the album was certified diamond, selling 1.5 million copies. By the end of the 1990s, Celine Dion had sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, and had won a slew of industry awards. Her status as one of the music industry's biggest pop divas was further solidified when she was asked to perform on VH1's Divas Live special in 1998, with superstars Aretha Franklin, Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain and Mariah Carey. That year she also received two of the highest honours from her home country: "Officer of the Order of Canada for Outstanding Contribution to the World of Contemporary Music" and "Officer of the National Order of Quebec". A year later she was inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame, and was honoured with a star on Canada's Walk of Fame.

During this time, the pop-rock genre that was more noticeable in her earlier releases, was replaced by a more adult contemporary feel. However, the theme of "love" remained in most of her releases, which led to some critics dismissing her music as banal. Other critics, like Elysa Gardner and Jose F. Promis, praised her vocals during this period, describing it as a "technical marvel". However, others, like Steve Dollar, who reviewed These Are Special Times, stated that Dion is a "vocal Olympian for whom there ain't no mountain—or scale—high enough."

 Career break: 2000–2002
After releasing and promoting thirteen albums during the 1990s, Dion stated that she needed to settle down, and announced on her latest album All the Way... A Decade of Song, that she needed to take a step back from the spotlight and enjoy life. Angélil's diagnosis with throat cancer also prompted her to hiatus. While on break, Dion was unable to escape the spotlight. In 2000, the National Enquirer published a false story about the singer. Brandishing a picture of Dion and her husband, the magazine misquoted Dion, printing the headline, "Celine — 'I'm Pregnant With Twins!'" Dion later sued the magazine for more than twenty million dollars. The editors of the Enquirer printed an apology and a full retraction to Dion in the next issue, and donated money to the American Cancer Society in honor of Dion and her husband. A year after the incident, after undergoing fertility treatments, Dion gave birth to a son, René-Charles Dion Angélil, on January 25, 2001, in Florida. Following the September 11 attacks, Dion returned to the music scene, and in a televised performance sang "God Bless America" at the benefit concert America: A Tribute to Heroes. Chuck Taylor of Billboard wrote, "the performance... brings to mind what has made her one of the celebrated vocalists of our time: the ability to render emotion that shakes the soul. Affecting, meaningful, and filled with grace, this is a musical reflection to share with all of us still searching for ways to cope." Dion would perform it again in 2003 during pregame festivities for Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego.

In December 2001, Dion published her autobiography, My Story, My Dream which chronicled her rags to riches story.

 Return to music: 2002–2003
Dion's aptly titled A New Day Has Come, released in March 2002, ended her three-year break from the music industry. The album was Dion's most personal yet, and established a more mature side of Dion with the songs "A New Day Has Come", "I'm Alive", and "Goodbye's ", a change that resulted from her new-found maternal responsibilities, because, in her own words, "becoming a mother makes you a grown-up." She stated, "A New Day Has Come, for Rene, for me, is the baby. It has everything to do with the baby...That song "A New Day Has Come" represents very well the mood I'm feeling right now. It represents the whole album." A New Day Has Come debuted at number one in over 17 countries, including the United Kingdom and Canada. In the United States, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, with first week sales of 527,000 copies; marking her first number one debut on the chart. It was eventually certified 3x Platinum in the United States, and 6x Platinum in Canada.


While the album was commercially successful, critical reviews suggested that it was "forgettable" and the lyrics were "lifeless". Both Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone magazine, and Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, stated that Dion's music had not matured during her break, and classed her music as trite and mediocre. Sal Cinquemani of Slant magazine called the album "a lengthy collection of drippy, gooey pop fluffer-nutter." The first single off the album, A New Day Has Come peaked at No.22 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, being an airplay-only release. On the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, however the song spent 21 consecutive weeks at number 1, breaking the record for the longest span at the top. The previous record holders were Phil Collins' You'll Be in My Heart and Dion's own Because You Loved Me, both of which lasted nineteen weeks at number 1. During 2002, she performed for many benefit concerts, the famous VH1 Divas Live, a concert to benefit the VH1 Save The Music Foundation, alongside Cher, Anastacia, Dixie Chicks, Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston, Cyndi Lauper, Shakira and Stevie Nicks.

Drawing inspiration from personal experiences, Dion released One Heart , an album that represented her appreciation for life. The album largely consisted of dance music—a deviation from the soaring, melodramatic ballads, for which she had once been given mixed reception. Although the album achieved moderate success, One Heart was met with mixed criticism, and words such as "predictable" and "banal" appeared even in the most lenient reviews. A cover of the 1989 Cyndi Lauper hit "I Drove All Night", released to launch her new advertising campaign with Chrysler, incorporated dance-pop and rock and roll. The advertising deal itself, however was met with mixed criticism, with some stating that Dion was trying to please her sponsors. However, people like Bonita Stewart, who was the director of Chrysler Group Marketing Communications stated that "Chrysler was taken by how her appeal crossed ethnic lines." She also added, "She brings sophistication, refinement, romance and passion to the brand."

After One Heart, Dion released her next English Language studio album, Miracle . Miracle was a multimedia project conceived by Dion and photographer Anne Geddes, and had a theme centering on babies and motherhood. The album was filled with lullabies and other songs of maternal love and inspiration, the two most popular being covers of Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" and John Lennon's "Beautiful Boy". The reviews for Miracle were mixed. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic.com gave the album three of out five stars, stating, "The worst you can say about the record is that there are no surprises, but the audience for this record doesn't want surprises; they want comfort, whether it arrives in polished music or artsy photos of newborns, and Miracle provides both, which makes it appealing for those expectant or new mothers in Dion's audience. Chuck Taylor of Billboard magazine wrote that the single "Beautiful Boy" was "an unexpected gem" and called Dion "a timeless, enormously versatile artist", Chuck Arnold of People Magazine, however, labeled the album as excessively sentimental, while Nancy Miller of Entertainment Weekly opined that "the whole earth-mama act is just opportunism, reborn". Miracle debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 chart and number one in Canada , and was eventually certified platinum by the RIAA.

The Francophone album 1 fille & 4 types (1 Girl & 4 Guys), released in October 2003, fared better than her first two releases, and showed Dion trying to distance herself from the "diva" image. She recruited Jean-Jacques Goldman, Gildas Arzel, Eric Benzi, and Jacques Veneruso, with whom she had previously worked on two of her best-selling French albums S'il suffisait d'aimer and D'eux. Labeled "the album of pleasure" by Dion herself, the album cover showed Dion in a simple and relaxed manner, contrary to the choreographed poses usually found on her album covers. The album achieved widespread commercial success in France, Canada, and Belgium where it reached number one. In France, the album debuted at number one and was later certified 2x platinum after selling over 700,000 copies. Critic, Stephen Erlewine of AllMusic wrote that Dion's vocals "are back at top of their game" and that she was "getting back to pop basics and performing at a level unheard in a while."

Though her albums were commercially successful, they did not achieve the sales or the reception of her previous works. Albums like The Collector's Series, Volume One , and One Heart did not perform as well critically. Her songs received less airplay as radio became less embracing of balladeers like Dion, Carey, and Houston, and was focused on more up-tempo, Urban/Hip-hop songs. However, by 2004, Dion had accumulated sales of more than 175 million albums worldwide, and received the Chopard Diamond Award from the World Music Awards for her achievements. According to the official World Music Awards website, the award is rare; it's not even "presented every year" and an artist can only be presented with the award for selling "over 100 million albums during their career."

 A New Day... Live in Las Vegas: 2003–2007
In early 2002 Dion had announced a three-year, 600-show contract to appear five nights a week in an entertainment extravaganza, A New Day..., at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. This move was seen as "one of the smartest business decisions in years by any major recording artist". She conceived the idea for the show after seeing O by Franco Dragone early in her break from recording, and began on March 25, 2003, in a 4,000-seat arena designed for her show. Many stars attended opening night including Dick Clark, Alan Thicke, Kathy Griffin, and Justin Timberlake, who hosted the television special. The show, put together by Dragone, was a combination of dance, music, and visual effects. It included Dion performing her biggest hits against an array of dancers and special effects. Reviewer Mike Weatherford felt that, at first, Dion was not as relaxed as she should be, and at times, it was hard to find the singer among the excessive stage ornamentations and dancers. However, he noted that the show had become more enjoyable, due to Dion's improved stage-presence and simpler costumes.

The show was also well-received by audiences, despite the complaints of expensive tickets; the show routinely sold out until its end in late 2007. Ticket prices averaged $135.33. The show was choreographed by Mia Michaels, who is a world renowned choreographer. According to Pollstar, Dion sold 322,000 tickets and grossed US$43.9 million in the first half of 2005, and by July 2005, she had sold out 315 out of 384 shows.
By the end of 2005, Dion grossed more than US$76 million, placing sixth on Billboard's Money Makers list for 2005. A New Day... was the 6th biggest selling tour in America in 2006. Because of the show's success, Dion's contract was extended into 2007 for an undisclosed sum. On January 5, 2007 it was announced that the show would end on December 15, 2007, with tickets for the period after October 2007 having gone on sale from March 1. During its entire run, the show accumulated a total gross of $400 million, while being seen by nearly 3 million fans. The Live in Las Vegas - A New Day... DVD was released on December 10, 2007 in Europe and the following day in North America.

 Back to studio and world tour: 2007–2009


Dion's latest French language album, D'elles , released on May 21, 2007, debuted at the top of the Canadian album charts, selling 72,200 copies in its first week. It marked her tenth number-one album in the SoundScan era, and her eighth to debut at the top position. In Canada, the album has been certified 2× platinum, and within the first week had already shipped half a million units worldwide. D'Elles also reached No. 1 in France and Belgium. The first single "Et s'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là)" (meaning "And If There Was Only One Woman Left ") debuted at the top of the French singles chart a month earlier. She released her latest English album Taking Chances on November 12 in Europe, and on the November 13 in North America. Her first English studio album since 2003's One Heart, it features pop, R&B, and rock inspired music. Dion has collaborated with John Shanks and ex-Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody, as well as Kristian Lundin, Peer Astrom, Linda Perry, Japanese singer Yuna Ito, and R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo. Dion stated, "I think this album represents a positive evolution in my career ... I'm feeling strong, maybe a little gutsier than in the past, and just as passionate about music and life as I ever was." She launched her year-long worldwide Taking Chances Tour on February 14, 2008 in South Africa, performing 132 dates in stadiums and arenas across five continents.

The Taking Chances Tour was a great success in the United States, reaching the Number 1 spot on the Billboard Boxscore and it sold out every concert in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, she appeared on Idol Gives Back for a second year in a row. Céline Dion was nominated for six Juno Awards in 2008, leading the group of Canadians to receive this honour,and adding to her 53 previous nominations. Her nominations included Artist of the Year, Pop Album of the Year , Francophone Album of the Year (for D'elles) and Album of the Year (for both Taking Chances and D'elles). The following year, Dion was nominated for 3 Juno Awards including the Fan Choice Award, Song of the Year , and Music DVD of the Year (for Live in Las Vegas — A New Day...)


On August 22, 2008, Celine Dion presented a free show, exclusively francophone, outside on the Plains of Abraham, in Quebec City, Canada, for the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. The celebration gathered approximately 490,000 people . The concert, called Céline sur les Plaines, was released on DVD on November 11, 2008 in Quebec and was released on May 20, 2009 in France. The end of October saw the worldwide release of her first ever comprehensive English greatest hits album called My Love: Essential Collection, available in two different album formats.

In May 2009, Celine Dion was named the 20th best-selling artist of the decade in the United States and the second-best-selling female artist of the decade in the United States, selling an estimated 17.57 million albums. In June 2009, Forbes reported that Dion earned $100 million during 2008. In December 2009, Pollstar announced that Dion was the best-selling solo touring act of the decade and the second-best-selling touring act of the decade, only to the Dave Matthews Band. Dion grossed $522.2 million during the decade, a large sum of that coming from her five-year residence at Caesars Palace.

 Concert film and video release: late 2009–2010

On February 17, 2010 Dion released into theatres a documentary film about her Taking Chances Tour, titled, Celine: Through the Eyes of the World. The documentary shows behind-the-scenes footage of Dion both onstage and offstage, along with footage of Dion with her family as they traveled with her. The distributor is the Sony Pictures subsidiary, Hot Ticket. The film was later released on Blu-ray and DVD on May 4, 2010, along with the CD/DVD, Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert, which chronicled her world tour of the same name. At the 52nd Grammy Awards in February 2010, Dion joined Carrie Underwood, Usher, Jennifer Hudson and Smokey Robinson to perform the song "Earth Song" during the 3-D Michael Jackson tribute.

In January 2010, The Los Angeles Times presented its annual list of the top ten largest earners of the year, revealing that Dion took the top spot for the entire decade, with $US747.9 million in total revenue from 2000–2009. The largest haul came from ticket sales, totaling $522.2 million. Additionally, Dion was named "Artist of the Decade" in her native Canadian province of Quebec, announced by the Montreal-based newspaper, Le Journal de Quebec in 2009 December. A public online survey asked responders to vote for who they believe deserved the above-mentioned accolade.

Furthermore, in a May 2010 Harris Poll, Dion was named the most popular musician in the United States, ahead of U2, Elvis Presley, and The Beatles, while factoring in gender, political affiliations, geographic region of residence, and income. Specifically, Dion was the most popular musician in the female demographic, as well as among all Democrats, those who live in the eastern United States and southern United States, and those who have incomes between US$35k and US$74.9k.

In September 2010, she released the single "Voler", a duet with French singer Michel Sardou. The song was later included on Sardou's album. In addition, it was announced in October 2010 that Dion wrote and composed a new song for Canadian singer, Marc Dupré entitled "Entre deux mondes".

 New Las Vegas show: 2011–present
In an interview with People magazine published in February 2010, Dion announced that she will be returning to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for Celine, a three-year residency for seventy shows a year, beginning March 15, 2011. She stated that the show will feature, "all the songs from my repertoire that people want to hear" and will contain a selection of music from classic Hollywood films. Dion has also announced that she is working on two new studio albums, in French and English.

In preparation for her return to Las Vegas, Dion, on February 21 made an appearance on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" during the show's final season, for a record twenty-seventh time and spoke about her upcoming Caesars Palace shows, as well as her family. Additionally, for a record sixth time, Dion performed at the 83rd Academy Awards, where she sang the song "Smile," as part of the ceremony's "In Memoriam" segment. On September 4, Dion appeared on the 2011 MDA Labor Telethon Event and showed a prerecorded performance of "Open Arms" from her new Las Vegas show. On October 1, 2011, OWN Network premiered a documentary on Dion's life, from months before her pregnancy with twins, to the makings of her new Las Vegas Show, called, "Celine: 3 Boys and a New Show". The documentary became the second highest rated show on TV OWN Canada. In October, FlightNetwork.com conducted a poll, asking 780 participants, which celebrity they would like to sit next to the most on an airplane. Dion was the top favorite, with 23.7% of the vote. Also, in September, Dion released her 14th perfume from her Celine Dion Parfums Collection, called "Signature".

On September 15, Dion made an appearance at the free concert of world famous tenor, Andrea Bocelli, in Central Park in New York.

 personal life
Dion first met her husband and manager, Rene Angelil in 1980, when she was 12 and he was 38, after she and her mother sent him a demo tape of a song they had written. They began a relationship in 1987, and became engaged in 1991. They married on December 17, 1994, at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, Quebec. On January 5, 2000, Dion and Angelil renewed their wedding vows in Las Vegas.

In May 2000, Dion had two small operations at a fertility clinic in New York to improve her chances of conceiving, after deciding to use in-vitro fertilisation after years of failed attempts to conceive. Their first son, René-Charles Angelil, was born on January 25, 2001. In May 2010, Angelil announced that Dion was 14 weeks pregnant with twins after a sixth treatment of in-vitro fertilisation. On Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 11:11 and 11:12 am respectively, at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, Dion, by Caesarean section, gave birth to two healthy fraternal twins weighing 5 pounds 10 ounces and 5 pounds 4 ounces. The twins were named Eddy, after Dion's favorite Algerian songwriter Eddy Marnay, and Nelson, after former South African President Nelson Mandela. Dion appeared with her newborn sons on the cover of the December 9, 2010 issue of the Canadian edition of Hello! magazine.

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Name Duration Released
It's a Man's Man's Man's World 03:07 2010
Sex Machine 03:15 2010
New Mego's Flamenco 03:07 2010
Opening 01:16 2010
There Comes a Time 04:03 27/10/2008
Seul 00:00 2008
Ton père est un croche 00:00 2008
Le bal chez Jos Brûlé 00:00 2008
Si Dieu existe 00:00 2008
Les trois petits cochons 00:00 2008
Dans nos vieilles maisons 00:00 2008
La chasse-galerie 00:00 2008
Ô Fortuna 00:00 2008
Le reel facile 00:00 2008
Mon ange 00:00 2008
Tue-moi 00:00 2008
Jack Monoloy 00:00 2008
Toucher 00:00 2008
Lady Marmalade 00:00 2008
La bastringue 00:00 2008
L'arbre est dans ses feuilles 00:00 2008
The Reason I Go On 03:42 2008
Show 00:00 2008
Jos Montferrand 00:00 2008
La promesse cassée 00:00 2008
Un peu plus haut, un peu plus loin 00:00 2008
Map to My Heart 04:15 2008
Tout près du bonheur 00:00 2008
Dégénérations 00:00 2008
La ballade de Jean Batailleur 00:00 2008
Une chance qu'on s'a 00:00 2008
Skies of L.A. 04:23 2008
Si pour te plaire 00:00 2008
Le déni de l'évidence 00:00 2008
À la claire fontaine 00:00 2008
Femme de rêve 00:00 2008
あなたがいる限り: A World to Believe In 04:10 01/12/2007
Surprise Surprise 05:14 13/11/2007
Fade Away 03:17 13/11/2007
Shadow of Love 04:10 13/11/2007
Right Next to the Right One 04:10 13/11/2007
My Love 04:08 13/11/2007
I Got Nothin' Left 04:20 13/11/2007
Eyes on Me 03:53 13/11/2007
Can't Fight the Feelin' 03:51 13/11/2007
Alone 03:23 13/11/2007
A World to Believe In 04:08 13/11/2007
Taking Chances 04:07 13/11/2007
A Song for You 03:27 13/11/2007
New Dawn 04:45 13/11/2007
This Time 03:47 13/11/2007
That's Just the Woman in Me 04:33 13/11/2007
Lettre de George Sand à Alfred de Musset 04:31 18/05/2007
A cause 03:14 18/05/2007
Immensité 03:34 18/05/2007
Le temps qui compte 02:54 18/05/2007
Et s'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là) 03:32 18/05/2007
Je ne suis pas celle 04:12 18/05/2007
Si j’étais quelqu’un 03:57 18/05/2007
Femme comme chacune 03:39 18/05/2007
La diva 04:23 18/05/2007
Berceuse 02:39 18/05/2007
Les paradis 03:56 18/05/2007
On s'est aimé à cause 04:04 18/05/2007
Je cherche l'ombre 03:12 18/05/2007
Ammore Annascunnuto 00:00 2007
I Believe in You 04:01 03/10/2005
Sous le vent 03:32 03/10/2005
S'il suffisait d'aimer 03:35 03/10/2005
Tous les secrets 02:46 03/10/2005
Je ne vous oublie pas 03:35 03/10/2005
A Mother's Prayer 03:43 13/10/2004
My Precious One 03:52 13/10/2004
Sleep Tight 04:40 13/10/2004
Miracle 03:38 13/10/2004
In Some Small Way 05:06 13/10/2004
Beautiful Boy 03:53 13/10/2004
Le loup, la biche et le chevalier 03:14 13/10/2004
Come to Me 04:36 13/10/2004
Baby Close Your Eyes 03:25 13/10/2004
I've Got the World on a String 02:23 15/06/2004
Fever 02:52 15/06/2004
If I Could 05:15 15/06/2004
Ain't Gonna Look the Other Way 04:24 15/06/2004
You and I 04:05 15/06/2004
What a Wonderful World 04:47 15/06/2004
I Wish 04:13 15/06/2004
Je lui dirai 03:57 13/10/2003
Retiens-moi 04:03 13/10/2003
Tu nages 03:11 13/10/2003
Ne bouge pas 04:25 13/10/2003
Valse adieu 01:19 13/10/2003
Le vol d'un ange 03:39 13/10/2003
Des milliers de baisers 03:47 13/10/2003
Apprends-moi 04:45 13/10/2003
Contre nature 04:10 13/10/2003
Tout l'or des hommes 02:58 13/10/2003
Rien n'est vraiment fini 03:50 13/10/2003
Mon homme 03:20 13/10/2003
Faith 03:43 24/03/2003
I Know What Love Is 04:29 24/03/2003
Love Is All We Need 03:50 24/03/2003
Forget Me Not 04:07 24/03/2003
I Drove All Night 04:00 24/03/2003
Coulda Woulda Shoulda 03:27 24/03/2003
Reveal 04:11 24/03/2003
Naked 03:40 24/03/2003
Stand by Your Side 03:33 24/03/2003
One Heart 03:24 24/03/2003
In His Touch 03:54 24/03/2003
Je t'aime encore 03:24 24/03/2003
Have You Ever Been in Love 04:08 22/03/2002
Super Love 04:16 22/03/2002
Right in Front of You 04:13 22/03/2002
At Last 04:39 22/03/2002
I'm Alive 03:30 22/03/2002
I Surrender 04:47 22/03/2002
Prayer 05:34 22/03/2002
Nature Boy 03:45 22/03/2002
Goodbye's 05:19 22/03/2002
When the Wrong One Loves You Right 03:48 22/03/2002
Ten Days 03:37 22/03/2002
The Greatest Reward 03:28 22/03/2002
A New Day Has Come 04:23 22/03/2002
Aún Existe Amor 03:52 22/03/2002
Rain, Tax (It's Inevitable) 03:25 22/03/2002
Sorry for Love 04:10 22/03/2002
All Because of You 03:30 2002
Amar Haciendo el Amor 04:11 23/10/2000
Sola Otra Vez 05:12 23/10/2000
Be the Man 04:39 23/10/2000
The Power of the Dream 04:31 23/10/2000
I Want You to Need Me 04:36 13/11/1999
Then You Look at Me 04:11 13/11/1999
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 04:09 13/11/1999
If Walls Could Talk 05:19 13/11/1999
That's the Way It Is 04:03 13/11/1999
Live 03:58 13/11/1999
I Met an Angel 03:20 01/11/1999
Stayin' Alive 00:00 1999
The Magic of Christmas Day 04:17 31/10/1998
Happy Xmas 04:14 31/10/1998
Another Year Has Gone By 03:24 31/10/1998
These Are the Special Times 04:08 31/10/1998
Christmas Eve 04:16 31/10/1998
Blue Christmas 03:48 31/10/1998
Brahms' Lullaby 03:32 31/10/1998
Don't Save It All for Christmas Day 04:37 31/10/1998
The Prayer 04:29 31/10/1998
O Holy Night 05:21 31/10/1998
The Christmas Song 04:13 31/10/1998
Les cloches du hameau 03:10 31/10/1998
Adeste Fideles 04:43 31/10/1998
Feliz Navidad 03:40 31/10/1998
Ave Maria 04:55 31/10/1998
I'm Your Angel 05:31 31/10/1998
L'abandon 04:27 07/09/1998
Papillon 04:01 07/09/1998
En attendant ses pas 04:07 07/09/1998
Terre 04:17 07/09/1998
Je chanterai 04:10 07/09/1998
On ne change pas 04:09 07/09/1998
Tous les blues sont écrits pour toi 04:48 07/09/1998
Zora sourit 03:51 07/09/1998
Sur le même bateau 04:25 07/09/1998
Je crois toi 05:05 07/09/1998
Dans un autre monde 04:38 07/09/1998
Twist and Shout 00:00 1998
Tell Him 04:51 17/11/1997
Let's Talk About Love 05:12 17/11/1997
Love Is On the Way 04:25 17/11/1997
I Hate You Then I Love You 04:42 17/11/1997
Why Oh Why 04:50 17/11/1997
Where Is the Love 04:55 17/11/1997
Treat Her Like a Lady 04:05 17/11/1997
My Heart Will Go On 04:40 17/11/1997
Immortality 04:11 17/11/1997
Just a Little Bit of Love 04:06 17/11/1997
The Reason 05:01 17/11/1997
Us 05:47 17/11/1997
Miles to Go 04:40 17/11/1997
When I Need You 04:12 17/11/1997
Medley Starmania 06:33 23/06/1997
Vole 04:03 28/10/1996
Quand on n'a que l'amour 04:41 28/10/1996
All by Myself 05:12 11/03/1996
Fly 02:58 11/03/1996
Seduces Me 03:46 11/03/1996
Call the Man 06:08 11/03/1996
Make You Happy 04:31 11/03/1996
River Deep, Mountain High 04:10 11/03/1996
Falling into You 04:18 11/03/1996
I Don't Know 04:38 11/03/1996
Because You Loved Me 04:33 11/03/1996
If That's What It Takes 04:12 11/03/1996
It's All Coming Back to Me Now 07:37 11/03/1996
I Love You 05:30 11/03/1996
Dreamin' of You 05:07 11/03/1996
Declaration of Love 04:20 11/03/1996
Pour que tu m'aimes encore 04:14 27/03/1995
J'irai où tu iras 03:27 27/03/1995
Les derniers seront les premiers 03:32 27/03/1995
Destin 04:15 27/03/1995
Cherche encore 03:24 27/03/1995
La mémoire d'Abraham 03:49 27/03/1995
Je sais pas 04:33 27/03/1995
Regarde-moi 03:56 27/03/1995
Prière païenne 04:12 27/03/1995
Le ballet 04:25 27/03/1995
J'attendais 04:24 27/03/1995
Can't Help Falling in Love 00:00 1995
Quand on arrive en ville/Les uns contre les autres/Le monde est stone/Naziland, ce soir on danse 06:33 14/11/1994
Calling You 06:41 14/11/1994
L'amour existe encore 04:17 14/11/1994
No Living Without Loving you 04:23 09/11/1993
Only One Road 04:49 09/11/1993
Think Twice 04:47 09/11/1993
I Remember L.A. 04:12 09/11/1993
Misled 03:30 09/11/1993
Refuse to Dance 04:20 09/11/1993
The Power of Love 05:42 09/11/1993
Love Doesn't ask Why 04:06 09/11/1993
To Love You More 05:28 09/11/1993
When I Fall in Love 04:20 09/11/1993
The Colour of my Love 03:25 09/11/1993
Real Emotion 04:26 09/11/1993
Just Walk Away 04:58 09/11/1993
Next Plane Out 04:58 09/11/1993
Lovin' Proof 04:12 09/11/1993
Everybody's Talkin my Baby Down 04:01 09/11/1993
Ziggy 02:58 1993
Love Can Move Mountains 04:53 31/03/1992
I Love You, Goodbye 03:33 31/03/1992
Introduction 01:15 31/03/1992
Beauty and the Beast 04:04 31/03/1992
If I Were You 05:07 31/03/1992
Did You Give Enough Love 04:21 31/03/1992
Halfway to Heaven 05:05 31/03/1992
Nothing Broken But My Heart 05:55 31/03/1992
If You Could See Me Now 05:07 31/03/1992
With This Tear 04:12 31/03/1992
If You Asked Me To 03:55 31/03/1992
Water from the Moon 04:38 31/03/1992
Show Some Emotion 04:29 31/03/1992
Little Bit of Love 04:27 31/03/1992
The Beast Lets Belle Go 02:19 30/12/1991
Je danse dans ma tête 04:14 11/11/1991
Le fils de Superman 04:35 11/11/1991
J'ai besoin d'un chum 04:04 11/11/1991
Oxygène 06:00 11/11/1991
Le monde est stone 03:40 11/11/1991
Les uns contre les autres 03:10 11/11/1991
Des mots qui sonnent 03:56 11/11/1991
Quelqu'un que j'aime, quelqu'un qui m'aime 03:40 11/11/1991
Un garçon pas comme les autres 02:58 11/11/1991
Piaf chanterait du rock 03:23 11/11/1991
Le blues du businessman 04:30 11/11/1991
Have a Heart 00:00 1991
Love by Another Name 04:51 26/03/1990
I'm Loving Every Moment With You 04:08 26/03/1990
The Last to Know 04:35 26/03/1990
Where Does My Heart Beat Now 04:33 26/03/1990
If Love Is Out the Question 03:53 26/03/1990
Any Other Way 04:00 26/03/1990
If We Could Start Over 04:22 26/03/1990
I Feel Too Much 04:09 26/03/1990
Unison 04:13 26/03/1990
Billy 03:09 06/06/1988
Ne partez pas sans moi 03:07 06/06/1988
La religieuse 03:32 06/06/1988
Je ne veux pas 04:06 06/06/1988
Lolita 04:19 03/10/1987
Incognito 04:39 03/10/1987
Comme un cœur froid 05:13 03/10/1987
Délivre-moi 04:19 03/10/1987
D'abord, c'est quoi l'amour? 04:24 03/10/1987
Jours de fièvre 05:13 03/10/1987
Partout je te vois 04:09 03/10/1987
On traverse un miroir 04:40 03/10/1987
Ma chambre 04:14 1987
Comment t'aimer 04:00 1987
La ballade de Michel 02:55 1986
L'univers a besoin d'amour 03:44 1986
Fais ce que tu voudras 03:43 1986
Ouverture (la première fois) 04:21 02/12/1985
What a Feeling 04:11 02/12/1985
Carmen 03:45 02/12/1985
Quand on s'aime/Brule pas tes doights/La valse du lilas/Quand ça balance/Les moulins de mon cœur 06:12 02/12/1985
Over the Rainbow 03:27 02/12/1985
Up Where We Belong 03:00 02/12/1985
Bozo/Le p'tit bonheur/Moi, mes souliers/Attends-moi 05:20 02/12/1985
Tu es là 02:49 09/09/1985
C'est pour toi 04:07 09/09/1985
C'est pour vivre 04:04 09/09/1985
Virginie… Roman d'amour 03:23 09/09/1985
Amoureuse 03:29 09/09/1985
Avec toi 03:18 09/09/1985
Pour vous 03:17 09/09/1985
Elle 02:51 09/09/1985
Dis-moi si je t'aime 02:53 09/09/1985
Les yeux de la faim 04:33 04/1985
Vois comme c'est beau 04:23 03/1985
CUE 17 à Instrumental 03:16 1985
Dans la main d'un magicien 03:20 1985
Hymne à l'amitié 04:01 08/10/1984
Les oiseaux du bonheur 03:43 08/10/1984
Paul et Virginie 03:23 08/10/1984
Comme on disait avant 03:35 06/08/1984
Va où s'en va l'amour 03:22 06/08/1984
Mon rêve de toujours 04:23 06/08/1984
Trop jeune à dix-sept ans 04:54 06/08/1984
Un amour pour moi 03:23 06/08/1984
Chante-moi 03:26 06/08/1984
Une colombe 03:13 06/08/1984
Mélanie 03:48 06/08/1984
Trois heures vingt 03:41 06/08/1984
Benjamin 04:38 06/08/1984
Céline et Pinotte 06:16 14/11/1983
Joyeux Noël 02:36 14/11/1983
Pourquoi je crois encore au Père Noël 05:35 14/11/1983
Un enfant 03:01 14/11/1983
Le conte de Karine 10:33 14/11/1983
Le vieux monsieur de la rue Royale 04:14 03/10/1983
Les chemins de ma maison 04:20 03/10/1983
À quatre pas d'ici 03:58 03/10/1983
Hello mister Sam 04:17 07/09/1983
Et puis un jour 03:17 07/09/1983
Du soleil au cœur 02:46 07/09/1983
Mamy Blue 03:24 07/09/1983
Vivre et donner 02:34 07/09/1983
Ne me plaignez pas 03:05 07/09/1983
Toi sur la montagne 04:03 07/09/1983
Mon ami m'a quittée 03:05 07/09/1983
La dodo la do 03:06 07/09/1983
Visa pour les beaux jours 03:28 08/11/1982
Le tour du monde 03:13 08/11/1982
Écoutez-moi 03:07 08/11/1982
Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi 03:01 08/11/1982
Tu restes avec moi 03:25 08/11/1982
Le piano fantôme 03:40 08/11/1982
D'amour ou d'amitié 04:05 08/11/1982
J'ai vu maman embrasser le Père Noël 02:40 30/11/1981
Père Noël arrive ce soir 02:00 30/11/1981
Noël blanc 02:49 30/11/1981
Les enfants oubliés 03:00 30/11/1981
Sainte nuit 02:57 30/11/1981
Petit Papa Noël 03:46 30/11/1981
Le p'tit renne au nez rouge 02:44 30/11/1981
Glory Alleluia 03:38 30/11/1981
Promenade en traîneau 02:56 30/11/1981
T'ire l'aiguille 02:24 09/11/1981
Seul un oiseau blanc 04:17 09/11/1981
Ce n'était qu'un rêve 03:52 09/11/1981
Grand maman 03:42 09/11/1981
Autour de moi 03:00 09/11/1981
L'amour viendra 04:20 09/11/1981
Au secours 03:31 09/11/1981
La voix du bon Dieu 03:22 09/11/1981

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