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Dion in November 2012
Céline Marie Claudette Dion
30 March 1968
|Net worth||US $380 million|
|Spouse(s)||René Angélil (m. 1994–2016; his death)|
|Origin||Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada|
She was born in the town of Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada. She is the youngest of 14 children. When she was 12 years old, her brother sent a recording to a manager named René Angélil. With his help, she released her first album in 1981, and her first English album in 1990. In 2007, she performed a show with Elvis Presley, which was arranged on the computer with old images from Elvis shows. It had been arranged for the TV show American Idol.
She has sold the most albums in the world for a female artist. For that, she received a special World Music Award in 2004. She has also sold the most French albums with 7 million copies. Dion is the best-selling Canadian artist of all time.
On December 30, 1994, Dion married her manager René Angélil. They have three sons: René-Charles Angélil (born on January 25, 2001), and twins Eddy Angélil and Nelson Angélil (born on October 23, 2010). Angélil died on January 14, 2016 from cancer. Her older brother, Daniel, passed away from cancer two days later, on what would have been Angélil's 74th birthday.
In 2018, Dion released the song "Ashes", which appears on the soundtrack to the film Deadpool 2, starring fellow Canadian Ryan Reynolds.
French-language studio albums
English-language studio albums
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- Bliss, Karen. "25 Years of Canadian Artists." Canadian Musician. March 1, 2004, p. 34. ISSN 0708-9635
- "Eurovision Song Contest 1988". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved September 24, 2012.
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- World Music Awards to honor Celine Dion CTV News Retrieved December 1, 2010
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- Learn, Josh "High Fidelity: Top Selling Canadian Artists". The Brock Press. Retrieved October 12, 2009.
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