Celine Dion, born March 30, 1968, is an iconic songstress, who is both the best-selling Canadian recording artist and the best-selling French-language artist of all time. Celine’s music career started in the 80s and as her powerful voice rose to prominence, she proved her unparalleled range, nailing pop, rock, R&B, gospel, and classical music.
Celine has earned five Grammy Awards over the course of her decades-long career. She’s also contributed some of the most famous music to films like ‘Titanic,’ ‘Beauty & The Beast,’ ‘The Quest for Camelot,’ and more. She announced she was suffering from a rare neurological syndrome called “stiff person syndrome” in Dec. 2022.
Celine was married to her manager, René Angélil, in 1994. He sadly died of throat cancer in 2016. She is the mother of the couple’s three sons.
Here, Celine poses for a photo at the 1996 World Music Awards. To see more photos of the irreplaceable performer, check out more photos of her with this gallery.