On December 7, 1998, Celine Dion performed at the Molson Center, in Montreal, Quebec, the first performance of a series of seven sold out shows before 25,000 people, during her world tour,Let's Talk About Love.
During the show, she received six Billboard Awards, hosted live via satellite by Bette Midler from Las Vegas and physically presented by Carole King. Then, she sang in duet with Carole.
After her concert, Rene Angelil and Celine gave a press conference. Accompanied with her husband and the President of Sony France, Paul Rene Albertini, Celine received a diamond record for her album entitled "S'il Suffisait d'Aimer".