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By the age of 18, Dion had recorded nine French albums and won numerous Felix and Juno awards (the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy). In 1988, she won the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin, Ireland, and her performance was broadcast live in countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and Japan. After this taste of international acclaim, Dion began looking to the south, and American stardom. She recorded her first English language album, Unison, in 1990. Like most of her English language albums, it was a collaboration with the songwriter-arranger-musician David Foster. Driven by the top-five single ‘Where Does My Heart Beat Now,’ Unison sold over one million copies worldwide. Dion’s real breakthrough into pop music stardom came in 1992, when she recorded the theme to Disney’s hit animated feature Beauty and the Beast, a duet with Peabo Bryson. The song became a No. 1 smash, winning both a Grammy and an Academy Award. It was featured on her second English album, Celine Dion, which became her first gold record in the United States and sold more than 12 million copies internationally. The undeniable success of her self-titled effort, which also included her second No. 1 hit, ‘If You Asked Me To,’ allowed Dion to launch her first headlining tour in the United States.


Dion quickly capitalized on her newfound fame, releasing the top-selling The Colour of My Love in 1993. The album showcased the romantic power ballads that Dion had become known for, including ‘When I Fall in Love’ (featured on the soundtrack for the hit film Sleepless in Seattle), ‘The Power of Love,’ and ‘Because You Loved Me’ (from the soundtrack to Robert Redford’s sentimental Up Close and Personal).

Dion’s international stardom was solidified by her performance of ‘The Power of the Dream,’ at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. That same year, Dion’s Falling Into You won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Album. The next year, however, would hold even greater glory for Dion with the release of the blockbuster film Titanic, costarring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, for which Dion sang the theme song, ‘My Heart Will Go On.’ By the time the film raked in a record number of Oscar nominations (it won 11, including Best Song), Dion’s ballad had become ubiquitous on radio stations around the world. Included on both the Titanic soundtrack album and Dion’s own Let’s Talk About Love, ‘My Heart Will Go On’ propelled both to the No. 1 and No. 2 slots on Billboard’s album charts and a combined 50 million records sold worldwide. Let’s Talk About Love also featured collaborations with the likes of Barbra Streisand, Luciano Pavarotti, the Bee Gees, and Bryan Adams.

Dion received the National Order of Quebec, her province’s highest honor, in April 1998. Later that year, Dion was well rewarded at the Billboard Music Awards in late 1998, where she won six awards including Album Artist of the Year and Album of the Year for Let’s Talk About Love.

In the first months of 2000, Dion announced that she was taking time off from her career in order to focus on her family.
After a two-year hiatus, Dion returned in March 2002 with A New Day Has Come, which topped the charts in over 17 countries. A year later, she began a much-hyped 36-month engagement at Caesars Palace, the famous Las Vegas hotel and casino. Dion simultaneously released the album One Heart, which did not fair as strongly as its predecessor.

Dion returned to creating French-language albums with 2003’s 1 Fille & 4 Types. Partnering with photographer Anne Geddes, she had a hit with the children’s music album Miracle: A Celebration of New Life (2004). In 2007, Dion released two albums. Taking Chances nearly reached the top of the pop album charts, and D’Elles was another French-language recording.

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