Born on March, 30 1968, Céline Dion is a Canadian singer who began her career at the age of 12 by recording songs with her older brother, and signed her first recording contract at the age of 18. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including five Grammy Awards and two Academy of Music awards. She released her first French-language album in 1981, and has since released several albums in French and English, all of which have been successful in Canada and Europe.
In 1990, Céline Dion released her first English-language album, "Unison," which propelled her onto the international scene. She became famous in the United States in 1992 with her performance of the song "My Heart Will Go On" for the film Titanic, which won the Oscar for Best Original Song. She subsequently released several albums that were successful in the United States and was one of the most popular and best-selling singers of the 1990s.
In 1999, Céline Dion married her manager René Angélil and gave birth to two children. In 2016, René passed away from cancer. She continued to perform in Las Vegas shows throughout the 2010s and also released new albums. She resumed her international tour in 2019 and also released her latest studio album, Courage, in 2019..