Celine Dion Biography, Career, Songs, Cancer, Health News, Water Mansion, Husband, Latest News, Age, And More

Celine Dion is a Canadian singer and businesswoman.  On December 8, 2022, Dion announced that she had been diagnosed with rigid man syndrome, a rare neurological disorder and that this was the cause of her seizures. As a result, all future tour dates were canceled.

Celine Dion Biography

Celine Dion Personal Life

Celine Dion was born on 30 March 1968 in Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada to Thérèse, a homemaker, and Adhémar Dion, a butcher. Her mother passed away in 2020 whereas her father passed away in 2003. Celine is the youngest of 14 children named Daniel Dion, Clément Dion, Paul Dion, Jacques Dion, Michel Dondalinger Dion, Claudette Dion, Denise Dion, Louise Dion, Liette Dion, Linda Dion, Pauline Dion, Ghislaine Dion, and Manon Dion.

Celine Dion Career

At the age of 12, she collaborated with her mother and brother Jacques to write and compose her first song, “Ce n’était qu’un rêve”, which translates to “It was just a Dream” or “Nothing But A Dream”. Michel sent the recording to music director René Angéli, whose name she found on the back of a Ginette Reno album. In addition to being the first Canadian artist to go gold in France for the single “D’amour ou d’amitié” (“Of Love or Friendship”) in 1983, Dion also won several Félix Awards, including “Best” Female Act. ” and “Discovery of the Year”.

Two years after learning English, Dion made her debut in the Anglophone market with Unison (1990), the lead single of which was originally recorded by English singer Junior in 1983 and later by Laura Branigan. The album was heavily influenced by the soft rock music of the 1980s and quickly found a niche in the adult contemporary radio format. Unison also struck a chord with critics: Jim Farber of Entertainment Weekly wrote that her vocals were “deliciously unadorned” and that she never tried to “introduce styles beyond herself”. Singles from the album included “(If There Was) Any Other Way”, “The Last to Know”, “Unison” and “Where Does My Heart Beat Now”, a mid-tempo soft-rock ballad that made prominent use of electric guitar. The latter became her first top-ten hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number four. In 1991, Dion appeared as a soloist in the song “Voices That Care”, a tribute to American soldiers fighting in Operation Desert Storm.

Her real international breakthrough came when she duetted with Peabo Bryson on the title track of Disney’s animated film Beauty and the Beast (1991). It became her first top-ten hit in the UK and her second top-ten hit in the US. The song won its songwriters an Academy Award for Best Song and earned Dion her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance. “Beauty and the Beast” was the lead single from her 1992 album, which, like her debut, had a strong pop-rock influence with elements of soul and classical music. Due to the success of the lead single and her collaborations with David Foster and Diane Warren, the album was even better received commercially than Unison; It was certified as a diamond in Canada and double platinum in the United States. The album’s second single, “If You Asked Me To” became her first single in Canada and reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. Dion released the French album, Dion Chante Plamondon.  It was originally released in Canada and France in 1991-1992, then received an international release in 1994, Celine Dion’s first French album “Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)” became a hit in France, reaching number 2 and was certified gold in Quebec, the album went gold on the day of its release.

In 1993, Dion revealed her feelings for her manager, declaring him “the color of love” in the title track of her third English-language album, The Color of My Love. Instead of criticizing their relationship as she had feared, fans have embraced the couple. The single “When I Fall in Love”, a duet with Clive Griffin, achieved moderate chart success in the US and Canada and was nominated for two Grammy Awards, winning one. The Color of My Love also became Dion’s first major hit in Europe, especially in the UK. Both the album and the single “Think Twice” simultaneously topped the UK charts for five consecutive weeks. She released À l’Olympia, a live album recorded at one of his concerts at the Olympia in Paris in 1994. It featured one promotional single, a live version of “Calling You”, which peaked at number 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 became the best-selling French album of all time. Within five years of her English-language debut album in 1990, Billboard reported that she had already sold 40 million albums worldwide.

Falling into You (1996), Dion’s fourth English-language album, featured Dion at the height of her popularity and showed the progression of her music. To reach a wider audience, the album combined many elements such as complex orchestral sounds, African singing, and complex musical effects. In addition, instruments such as violin, Spanish guitar, trombone, cavaquinho, and saxophone created a new sound. The singles had different musical styles. The title track “Falling into You” and “River Deep – Mountain High” made outstanding use of percussion; “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” and a remake of Eric Carmen’s “All by Myself” kept a soft rock feel combined with a classic piano sound, and the Diane Warren-penned single “Because You Loved Me” was a pop ballad that was the theme of the 1996 film Up Close and Personal. Dion was asked to perform “The Power of the Dream” at the opening ceremony of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

In March 1996, she launched the Falling into You tour in support of her new album and performed concerts around the world for over a year. She followed Falling into You with Let’s Talk About Love (1997), its sequel. The recording process took place in London, New York, and Los Angeles, with a host of special guests including Barbra Streisand on “Tell Him”; The Bee Gees on “Immortality”; and tenor Luciano Pavarotti on “I Hate You, Then I Love You”. Other musicians included Carole King, George Martin, Bryan Adams, and Jamaican singer Diana King, who added reggae to “Treat Her Like a Lady”.

Dion ended the 1990s with three very successful albums: the Christmas album Need Are Special Times (1998), the French-language album S’il suffisait d’aimer, and the compilation All the Way… A Decade of Song (1999).  In These Are Special Times, she co-wrote the song “Don’t Save It All for Christmas Day” with Ric Wake and Peter Zizzo. After releasing and promoting thirteen albums in the 1990s, Dion announced that she needed to settle down, and with her latest album, All the Way… A Decade of Song, she announced that she needed to take a step back from the spotlight and enjoy themselves.

In 2000, the National Enquirer published a false story about Dion. The magazine ran a photo of Dion and her husband and misquoted her with the headline: “Celine – ‘I’m pregnant with twins!'”  She sued the magazine for more than $20 million The editorial issued an apology. and a full retraction in the next issue, and donated funds to the American Cancer Society in her and her husband’s honor.

A year after the event, she gave birth to a son, René-Charles Dion Angéli, on January 25, 2001, in Florida after undergoing fertility treatment. Dion ended her three-year sabbatical from the music industry with the aptly titled A New Day Has Come, released in March 2002. The album was her most personal yet, with songs focusing on her motherhood and maturing as a woman, such as “A New Day Has Come ” and “Goodbye (The Saddest Word)”. She said: “Becoming a mother makes you an adult.”  She also said: “A new day has come, Rene is a baby for me. It’s all about the baby… The song “A New Day Has Come” is very representative of the mood I’m feeling right now. It represents the whole album.” A New Day Has Come debuted at number 1 in over 17 countries, including the UK and Canada. After One Heart, she released her next English-language studio album, Miracle (2004) Miracle was born to Dion, and the Australian photographer Anne Geddes, as a collaboration, planned a multimedia project with the theme of babies and motherhood. The album was full of lullabies and other songs of motherly love and inspiration, including covers of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” and John Lennon’s “Beautiful Boy.”

The October 2003 French-language album 1 Fille and 4 Guys (1 Girl and 4 Guys) performed better than her previous two releases and showed that she was trying to distance herself from the diva image. She recruited Jean-Jacques Goldman, Gildas Arzel, Eric Benz, 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.

In early 2002, Dion announced a three-year, 600-show deal to perform five nights a week at the entertainment event A New Day…at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. On May 21, 2007, Dion released the French-language album D’elles (About Them), which debuted at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart, selling 72,200 copies in its first week. It was her tenth album at No. 1 in the SoundScan era and her eighth debut at the top. The album was certified double platinum in Canada and has already shipped half a million copies worldwide in its first month. D’Elles also reached number one 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 (I would be one)”) debuted at the top of the French charts on the singles chart a month earlier.

Later that year, she released the English-language album Taking Chances on November 12 in Europe and November 13 in North America. Her first English-language studio album since 2003’s One Heart featured music inspired by pop, RandB, and rock. In May 2009, Dion was named the 20th best-selling artist of the decade in the United States and the second best-selling artist of the decade. Since 2000, she has sold around 17.57 million copies of her albums there.

On February 17, 2010, Dion released a documentary about her Taking Chances Tour titled Celine: Through the Eyes of the World. The documentary features behind-the-scenes footage of her both on and off stage, as well as footage of her and her family as they travel the world, Distributed by Hot Ticket, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures. In October 2012, Sony Music Entertainment released The Best of Celine Dion and David Foster in Asia. She began recording songs for her upcoming English and French albums in April and May 2012.

The French-language album Sans attendre was released on 2 November 2012 and was a major success in all French-speaking territories, especially in France, where it achieved diamond status. The English album was adopted on November 1, 2013. Entitled Loved Me Back to Life, it featured collaborations with an extraordinary team of songwriters and producers, including duets with Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder. Dion’s new French-language album, Encore un soir, was released on August 26, 2016. It has fifteen French-language songs, and according to Dion, the songs are personally selected, with the most uplifting lyrics chosen. Encore un soir topped the charts in France, Canada, Belgium, and Switzerland and was certified Diamond in France, 2× Platinum in Canada, and Platinum in Belgium and Switzerland. It sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. In 2016 and 2017, Dion toured Europe and Canada with two sold-out concert tours.

On September 9, 2016, she released the song “Recovering”, which Pink wrote for her after Angél’s death in January 2016. Dion also recorded “How Does a Moment Last Forever” for Beauty and the Beast: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which was released in March 2017. Her collection Un peu de nous topped the French bestseller charts in July-August 2017.

On September 18, 2019, Dion released three songs, “Lying Down”, “Courage”, and “Imperfections”, from her upcoming album Courage. On February 26, 2020, Dion released two tracks as exclusive Spotify singles: an acoustic version of Imperfections and a cover of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game”.

On June 10, 2020, Dion announced that her Courage World Tour would resume in 2021 after the tour was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 21, 2021, it was announced that Dion would return to Las Vegas this November for a limited run of 10 dates with Resorts World Las Vegas. Billboard named Dion the third highest-paid musician of 2020 (second for a female artist) with total earnings of $17.5 million. On January 15, 2022, a statement posted on Dion’s website and social media accounts announced that the March-April 2022 US and Canadian concert dates were canceled due to “severe and persistent muscle spasms” that prevented Dion from performing on stage.

On December 8, 2022, Dion announced that she had been diagnosed with rigid man syndrome, a rare neurological disorder and that this was the cause of her seizures. As a result, all future tour dates were canceled. Dion made her big screen debut in Love Again, for which she also recorded five new songs. The first single “Love Again” premiered on April 13, 2022, and Love Again (music) will be released on April 12, 2022, and May 2023.


Les Productions Feeling Inc., also known as Feeling Inc. or simply Feeling, is an artist management company based in Laval, Québec, Canada, owned by Dion and her husband and manager Rene Angél.

She is also the founder of the Nickels chain of restaurants. She and her husband also own Le Mirage Golf Club and Schwartz’s Restaurant. Together with Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf, and Shaquille O’Neal, she opened a popular nightclub called Pure, located in Caesars Palace. Dion became an entrepreneur, founding her franchise restaurant, Nickels, in 1990.

She later divested herself of her stake in the chain and has not been associated with Nickels since 1997. In 2003, Dion signed an agreement with Coty, Inc. to release Celine Dion Parfums. Her latest perfume, Signature, was released in September 2011 as part of an ad campaign by New York agency Kraftworks NYC. Celine Dion Parfums has generated over $850 million in retail sales since its inception.

In October 2004, Air Canada hired Dion as part of its advertising campaign to announce new service products and an updated design. The theme song “You and I”, sung by Dion, was written by advertising executives working for Air Canada. Dion also launched the “Céline Dion Collection” line of bags and accessories of the same name. According to Innee-Sedona International, the Asian partner of the Bugatti group, its sales exceeded $10 million after three models.

Celine Dion Net Worth

She has a net worth of $800 million. She earns via being a singer and businesswoman. She owns different business ventures like her own perfume line and the Nickels restaurant chain which have helped her to build her fortune.

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Celine Dion Relationship

Dion first met her future husband and manager René Angél in 1980, when she was 12 and he was 38 after her brother Michel Dondalinger Dion sent him a demo recording of “Ce n’était qu’un rêve”. Dion’s mother was initially wary of her growing crush on the much older and twice-divorced Angéli, but Dion was adamant.

Their professional relationship later turned romantic when Dion won the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin in 1988 when she was 20 years old. Dion and Angélil became engaged on March 30, 1993, Dion’s 25th birthday, and went public with their relationship on her 1993 album The Color of My Love. They got married on December 17, 1994, at Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, Quebec. On January 5, 2000, Dion and Angélil renewed their wedding vows in Las Vegas.

Their first son, René-Charles Angél, was born on January 25, 2001. Dion suffered a miscarriage in 2009. In May 2010, Angélil announced that she was 14 weeks pregnant with twins after her sixth IVF. On Saturday, October 23, 2010, between 11:11 and 11:12, Dion gave birth in St. Mary’s Medical Center with twins by Caesarean section, the twins were named Eddy and Nelson.

On January 14, 2016, Angél died of throat cancer at the age of 73. His funeral was held on January 22, 2016, at Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, where he and Dion had married 21 years earlier.  After Angél’s death, Dion became the sole owner and president of her management and production companies, including CDA Productions and Les Productions Feeling.

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Celine Dion Education

There is no information present publicly about her educational qualification so we cannot assume anything about her qualification.

Celine Dion Health Condition

At the age of five, she was hit by a car while her father and brother Clément looked on. She was briefly hospitalized with a concussion.

She underwent dental surgery to improve her appearance and was sent to École Berlitz in 1989 to improve her English.

In 1989, she injured his voice during the Incognito Tournée concert. She consulted with otorhinolaryngologist William Gould, who gave her an ultimatum: cut the vocal cords immediately or not wear them at all for three weeks. Dion chose the latter and took vocal training with William Riley.

In May 2000, Dion underwent two minor surgeries at a fertility clinic in New York to improve her chances of conceiving after deciding to use in vitro fertilization after years of failed pregnancy attempts.

On March 22, 2018, Dion’s management announced that she had been dealing with hearing loss due to a blocked Eustachian tube for the past 12 to 18 months and that she would undergo a minimally invasive surgical procedure to fix the problem after ear-drop medications appeared to be no longer working.

On January 15, 2022, a statement posted on Dion’s website and social media accounts announced that US and Canadian March–April 2022 concert dates were canceled due to “severe and persistent muscle spasms” that prevented Dion from performing on stage. On December 8, 2022, Dion announced that she had been diagnosed with rigid man syndrome, a rare neurological disorder and that this was the cause of her seizures. As a result, all future tour dates were canceled.

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Celine Dion Physical Stats

Height (approx.) in centimeters– 171 cm
in meters– 1.71 m
in feet inches– 5’ 7”
Weight (approx.) in kilograms– 55 kg
in pounds– 121 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.) 34-24-35
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown

 Celine Dion Wiki/Bio

Name Celine Dion
Full Name Céline Marie Claudette Dion
Date Of Birth 30 March 1968
Age 55 (as of 2023)
Birthplace Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada
Profession Singer
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity French-Canadian
Religion Roman Catholic
Zodiac Sign Aries
Gender Female
Parents Thérèse Dion, Adhémar Dion
Siblings Daniel Dion, Clément Dion, Paul Dion, Jacques Dion, Michel Dondalinger Dion, Claudette Dion, Denise Dion, Louise Dion, Liette Dion, Linda Dion, Pauline Dion, Ghislaine Dion, Manon Dion
Partner N/A
Spouse René Angélil (m. 1994–2016)
Children René-Charles Angélil

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