Celine Dion

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Celine Dion is an international pop star from Canada that has gained worldwide recognition in the music industry. Celine has won Grammy awards in the United States, World Music Awards in Europe and Felix Awards in Canada. She started her singing career at the young age of 12. She was born in Charlemagne Canada and was the youngest of the 14 children.  In 1990, her debut English album called “Unison” helped to get her international fame. She recorded the theme song for the Disney film “Beauty and the Beast” duet with Peabo Bryson, which won her an Academy Award. In 1997 she sang “My Heart Will Go On” for the movie Titanic, which helped launch her into a worldwide superstar. She performed nightly at Caesars Palace in Vegas for 5 years, and sold over 200 million albums to date. Celine Dion in conjunction with Coty produced her fragrance line called “Celine” which she is known for wearing.