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Céline Dion

Celine Dion is a legendary French-Canadian singer. She was a real star in pop charts in the 90s. She still remains one of the most favorite singers worldwide. Celine was born on March 30, 1968, in Quebec, Canada. She was first recognized on the music scene in the 80s. In 1982 she became the winner of Yamaha World Popular Song Festival. She won 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, where the singer represented Switzerland. After several French albums, she was signed to Epic Records. In 1990, she debuted with the album “Unison”. Later she released 2 albums “Falling into You” and “Let’s Talk About Love”, which were certified diamond. Her “D’eux” is known to be the best selling album of all times in the French language. The singles “Because You Loved Me”, “Think Twice”, “It’s All Coming Back o Me Now”, “I’m Your Angel” became international hits. After the track “My Heart Will Go On” Celine obtained outstanding popularity worldwide. It became the main song of the most popular love blockbuster “Titanic”. It instantly hit top charts all over the world and became the signature song of Celine. The single won Academy Award and Golden Globe.