As known for her expansive personality and her generosity as
for her voice, Celine Dion has gone a long way since she started singing with
her first song Ce n'était qu'un rêve
. The singer is now enjoying a worldwide audience on
the international musical scene, offering in Las Vegas a one-of-a-kind show featuring 31 musicians.
She just released an new album entitled Sans Attendre
It features personal songs such as Parler à mon père
and Le Miracle
in collaboration with the renowed authors Luc Plamondon, Jean-Pierre Ferland or Maxime Leforestier.
Discover a passionate artist, who is also a warm hearted lady.
The song of the day
Jesus, I will follow, For each day is forgiving, And never alone, And as we walk, Through miles of disbelief, It will be his hand that guides you, Leading you home, You carry on, A new day will come...
The celebrity of the day
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The look of the day
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The question of the day
The album "Sans Attendre" does not contain the song: Attendre? Je n'ai pas peur de mourir avec toi? Que toi au monde? Si je n'ai rien de toi?... Play here to the CelineDionWeb.com Trivia Game
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Celine Dion : For Keeps
Andrews McMeel Publishing
"Perhaps, I owe the biggest thanks to the fans who have followed the making of this book from day one. Those who run fan Web sites, particularly (...) CelineDionWeb.com (...) were so supportive and helpful to my research." - Jenna Glatzer
Céline Dion : Entre rêve et réalité
Librio Editions, in French
"Certainly the best site at present about Celine Dion and her universe.
Respectful to the star and her circle of acquaintances, without being blind
to the possible lacks of some albums, this site presents the artist's complete discography,
lists all her broadcast appearances, proposes dozens of rare videoclips (...) for the numerous
collectors of Celine Dion's universe.
A trilingual website (English, French, Spanish) which should fill all the fans and neophytes
in quest of information about their idol." - Loïc Tremblay