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Celine Dion Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Husband, Biography, Facts & More


Céline Dion
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Bio/Wiki
Full NameCéline Marie Claudette Dion
ProfessionCanadian Singer
Famous For"My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic
Physical Stats & More
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 ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorDark Brown
Personal Life
Date of BirthMarch 30, 1968
Age (as in 2018)50 Years
BirthplaceCharlemagne, Quebec, Canada
Zodiac sign/Sun signAries
Signature/AutographCéline Dion's Autograph
NationalityCanadian
HometownHenderson, Nevada, U.S.
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
DebutTV: Des fleurs sur la neige (1991)
Céline Dion's In Her TV Debut Des Fleurs Sur La Neige
Album (Double): La voix du bon Dieu (1981)
Céline Dion's First Album La voix du Bon Dieu
Album (Singles): "Ce n'était qu'un rêve" (1981)
Celine's Debut Singles Ce n'était qu'un rêve
ReligionRoman Catholic
Caste/EthnicityFrench-Canadian
AddressProductions Feeling
2540, boul. Daniel-Johnson
Bureau 755
Laval, QC H7T 2S3
Canada
HobbiesPlaying Golf, Shopping, Listening to Music, Collecting Shoes
Awards/HonorsBillboard Awards
1998: Top Billboard 200 Album Artists, Top Billboard 200 Album Artists - Female, Hot Adult Contemporary Artists; Hot Soundtrack Singles for "My Heart Will Go On"
2002: First English-Language Song to Top Hot Latin Tracks for "My Heart Will Go On"
2016: Icon Award

Grammy Awards
1993: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "Beauty and the Beast"
1997: Album of the Year, Best Pop Album for Falling into You
1999: Record of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "My Heart Will Go On"

Other Honours
2008: Knight of the Legion of Honour for Merits and Contributions to France

Note: Along with these, she has many other awards, honors, and achievements to her name.
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusWidow
Affairs/BoyfriendsPepe Muñoz (2016-2017)
Céline Dion With Her Ex-Boyfriend Pepe Muñoz
Marriage DateDecember 17, 1994
Marriage PlaceCaesar’s Palace, Las Vegas
Céline Dion's Wedding Place Caesars Palace
Family
Husband/SpouseRené Angélil, Canadian Manager (m.1994–div.2016)
Céline Dion With Her Husband
ChildrenSons- René-Charles Angelil (born in 2001),
Céline Dion's With Her Elder Son Rene-Charles
Nelson Angelil, Eddy Angelil (both born in 2010)
Céline Dion With Her Sons Nelson And Eddy
Daughter- None
ParentsFather- Adhémar Dion (A Butcher)
Céline Dion With Her Father
Mother- Thérèse (née Tanguay) (Homemaker)
Céline Dion With Her Mother
SiblingsBrothers- Daniel Dion, Clément Dion, Paul Dion, Jacques Dion, Michel Dondalinger Dion
Sisters- Claudette Dion (Singer), Denise Dion, Louise Dion, Liette Dion, Linda Dion, Pauline Dion, Ghislaine Dion, Manon Dion
Céline Dion With Her Parents And Siblings
Favorite Things
Favorite FoodPizza
Favorite Song(s)"I Drove All Night,"Eric Carmen's "All by Myself" and John Lennon's "Beautiful Boy"
Favorite Color(s)Red, Black, White
Favorite SportGolf
Style Quotient
Cars CollectionChrysler,
Céline Dion In Her Car Chrysler
Mercedes S Class,
Céline Dion In Her Car Mercedes
Porsche Panamera, 1995 Rolls Royce Corniche, Maybach 62 S
Money Factor
Net Worth (approx.)$400 Million (as in 2017)

Céline Dion

Some Lesser Known Facts About Celine Dion

  • Does Celine Dion smoke?: No
  • Does Celine Dion drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • She was born into a large family, and she was the youngest of 14 children of Adhémar Dion, a butcher, and Thérèse (née Tanguay), a homemaker. Céline Dion's Childhood Picture
  • She was named after the song “Céline,” which was recorded two years before her birth.
  • Since her childhood, she was inclined towards singing.
  • Her family was a big music lover, and they formed a singing group named Dion’s Family and toured Canada when she was just an infant.
  • In 1973, when she was just five, she sang a song titled “Du fil des aiguilles et du coton” at her brother Michael’s wedding.
  • She used to perform at a small piano bar called Le Vieux Baril “The Old Barrel,” which was owned by her parents.
  • At the age of 12, she, along with her mother and brother Jaques, wrote and composed her first song titled “Ce n’était qu’un rêve,” translated as “It Was Only a Dream” or “Nothing But A Dream.”
  • Her recording was then sent to music manager René Angélil, who was mesmerized by the voice of Celine and he was so impressed by her song that it brought tears in his eyes and the very moment, he decided to make Celine a star. Céline Dion And Rene's Old Picture
  • She performed in front of 65,000 people including Pope John Paul at the Montreal Olympic Stadium and sang “Une Colombe.” Céline Dion Performing At Montreal Olympics Stadium
  • She was called Vampire Queen in her high school days because of her sharp looking smile.
  • René Angélil mortgaged his house to fund Celine’s first record- La voix du Bon Dieu in 1981, which was a big local No.1 hit and she was labeled as an instant star in Quebec. Céline Dion's First Album La voix du Bon Dieu
  • She became the first Canadian artist in 1983 to receive a gold record in France for her single “D’amour ou d’amitié” (meaning- “Of Love or of Friendship”).
  • By the end of her teens, she achieved a great amount of stardom and fame and already, her nine French albums were released. But she wanted a level of success that Michael Jackson had and took a one-year hiatus from singing, had a complete makeover, learned English and came up with her debut English album- Unison.
  • During her first American tour for Unison, she lost her voice. Her vocal cords were inflamed and were strictly asked by the doctors to give rest to her vocal cords for at least three weeks.
  • In 1991, she came up with her international breakthrough when she duetted the title track of Disney’s animated film- Beauty and the Beast with  Peabo Bryson. Here’s a video of her song:

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  • Celine declared her feelings for her manager through her English-language album The Colour of My Love.
  • She tied the knot with Angelil on December 17, 1994, which was broadcasted on Canadian television. Céline Dion's Wedding Picture
  • In an interview with People Magazine, she stated that she misses her family as well as her home, but she doesn’t regret losing her adolescence as she had only one dream of becoming a singer and she achieved that.
  • Before going to stage for performing, she prefers doing some stretching exercises as a warm-up.
  • She was offered an opportunity to sing for the theme song of Titanic, but she rejected the offer by saying she didn’t want to sing a song for a film. However, later she was convinced by her husband Rene and recorded the song in just one take.
  • The song “My Heart Will Go On” for the 1997 blockbuster film- Titanic topped the charts across the world and became Celine’s signature song. Here’s the video of the song:

  • Celine was named “Reigning Queen of Pop” by her singing teacher Linda Lister for her phenomenal contribution towards singing in the 1990s.
  • She founded the first Nickels Grill & Bar, a restaurant chain and expanded it to eight restaurants across Quebec and Ontario. It’s now named as Nickel’s Delicatessen and Celine is no longer part of it. Céline Dion Founded Nickels
  • Her stepson Patrick Angélil is just three months younger to her.
  • According to her, portion control, good genes, and an active lifestyle can lead to a healthy body, whereas working out and dieting is a waste.
  • According to some online sources, it is rumored that she had plastic surgery in her teens.
  • Her forte in lyrics is on themes relating to poverty, world hunger, spirituality, love, and romance.
  • She was honored with two of the highest Canadian honors- Officer of the Order of Canada for Outstanding Contribution to the World of Contemporary Music and Officer of the National Order of Quebec.
  • In 2000, she took a hiatus from her singing career; as she underwent two small operations at a fertility clinic in New York, which was done to improve her chances of becoming pregnant. The very next year, she gave a birth to a boy and named him Rene-Charles.
  • Celine was enlisted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame and was honored with a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. Celine's Name On Canada's Wall of Frame
  • She is multilingual and comfortable with Spanish, German, French, English, and Japanese.
  • In January 2004, she received a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, and she dedicated that to her late father. Celine's Name On Hollywood Walk Of Fame
  • She was ranked by Forbes as the 5th richest woman in entertainment having an estimated net worth of US $250 million in 2007.
  • Celine has been conferred an honorary doctorate in music from the Université Laval in Quebec City. Céline Dion Receiving Honorary Doctorate Degree
  • She and Rene were blessed with twins in 2010 and they named them Nelson and Eddy in honor of Nelson Mandela and Eddy Marnay.
  • In 2014, Celine’s childhood home was demolished and was replaced by a building that holds a charity organization named “Fondation Maman Dion.” Céline Dion's Childhood House Converted In Fondation Maman Dion
  • The same year, Celine announced the unspecified postponement of all her business activities to take care of her husband, who was suffering from cancer at that time.
  • She has a collection of over 500 pairs of shoes. Céline Dion's Shoe Collection
  • On May 3, 2018, her single titled “Ashes” was released from the movie Deadpool2. Céline Dion In Deadpool 2
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