(2005) (Duet with Marilou Bourdon) On Monday, October 10, 2005, Celine Dion performed the song Chante with Marilou Bourdon during the taping of the french show Vivement Dimanche aired the following December 25 on France 2 channel.
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(2005) (Duet with Johnny Hallyday) On Sunday, October 9, 2005, Celine Dion performed the song L'envie with famous french singer Johnny Hallyday during the taping of the french show Les 500 Choristes aired in early November.
(2006) (Duet with Elton John) On Monday, February 20, 2006, Celine Dion and Elton John performed together on the song Saturday night's alright (for fighting) during the benefit concert Harrah's Entertainment Artists Rally Together (H.E.A.R.T.).
(2006) On Sunday, September 3, 2006, Celine Dion performed a revisited version of the classic Summertime at the opening of Jerry Lewis's 41st Labor Day Telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Celine used to perform a more traditional version of this song during her tour Incognito in 1988.
(2002) In September 2002, Celine Dion visited a 'Ronald McDonald' House and sang a sample of this song with the chlidren.
(2005) On Friday, February 4, 2005, Celine Dion sang a sample of this song during a little press conference at the Caesars Palace, in Las Vegas.
Zachary Richard originally recorded this song on his album Mardi Gras in 1977.
(2004) On March 31, 2004, after the video shoot for Contre Nature, Celine Dion improvised a song for the french tv show 'Plus Vite Que La musique' aired on April 24, on M6 channel.
In May 2003, Celine Dion shouted a sample of this lullaby just for fun. This clip was aired on November 27, 2003, on the tv special "Frequenstar" on the french channel M6 and hosted by Laurent Boyer.
(2004) (Featuring various artists) On October 11, 2004, on the show Demandes spéciales dedicated to the singer Garou on the channel TVA, Celine Dion sang on the melody Je n'attendais que vous into a video-tribute also featuring Bruno Pelletier, Natasha St-Pier, Daniel Lavoie, Mario Pelchat and Rene Angelil.
(2003) On November 27, 2003, in the tv special "Frequenstar" aired on the french channel M6 and hosted by Laurent Boyer, we could see Celine sing this little lullaby.