(1999) (Featuring various artists) On March 7, 1999, for the show Poing J hosted by Julie Snyder and aired on TVA the next day, Celine Dion sang on the melody Monopolis into a video-tribute for Luc Plamondon's birthday also featuring Bruno Pelletier, Richard Cocciante...
(1994) (Featuring Jackson family) On February 19, 1994, Celine Dion sang If you only believe with the Jackson family during the taping of the tv special 'Jackson Family Honors' broadcasted the following February 22.
(Duet with Jean-Pierre Ferland) Jean-Pierre Ferland originally recorded this song in 1995 for his album ‘Écoute pas ça’, which he wrote to tell his love how lucky he is to have her in his life. On November 1, 1998, Celine Dion performed this song with Jean-Pierre Ferland for the first time at the Gala of the Adisq. Celine also recorded “Une chance qu’on s’a” (Lucky we've got each other) in duet with Jean-Pierre Ferland on her album "Sans Attendre".
(1994) (French version of It's a small world) Around 1994, Celine Dion was in Euro Disney where she performed the famous song It's a small world in french.
(1996) (With a choir) In 1996, during her Falling Into You tour, Celine Dion performed a sample of this song with a choir. The segment was aired on the show 'Behind closed doors' with Joan Lunden.
(1996) In 1996, Celine Dion sang a sample of this song during her tour Falling Into You in Milan as a tribute to her italian audience.
(1999) This song was first supposed to be on the All The Way... A Decade Of Song album released in 1999.
(Featuring various artists) (1998) On November 21, 1998, Celine Dion performed this song with various artists, and especially Carole Fredericks, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Michaël Jones, Roch Voisine, Gildas Arzel, Anggun, on the show Tapis Rouge, hosted by Michel Durcker on the french channel France 2. This song was originally performed by Aretha Franklin. It hit #2 on the Top 40 charts in 1968.
(1998) (Duet with René Simard) On November 1, 1998, Celine Dion performed this medley with Rene Simard at the Adisq Gala.
(1998) On November 1, 1998, Celine Dion, dressed as Moma, a character from a famous french canadian series, performed the theme from 'La Petite Vie' during a sketch at the Adisq Gala.
(1992) On November 22, 1992, Celine Dion performed this song during the gala for the opening of the Capitole in Quebec.
(1992) In 1992, Celine Dion performed the American National Anthem to open a hockey game.
(1992) (Duet with Michael Bolton) On July 13th, 1992, Celine Dion starts her first American tour performing at the opening act for Michael Bolton's tour, 'Time, Love & Tenderness'. Here, the two sing together.
(1999) On Thursday, October 7th, 1999, Celine Dion performed this song during the CBS Special - "All The Way... A Decade Of Song".
(Duet with Gloria Estefan) (1999) On Thursday, October 7th, 1999, Celine Dion performed this song with Gloria Estefan during the CBS Special - "All The Way... A Decade Of Song".
(1992) In 1992, Celine Dion sang the Canadian National Anthem at a hockey game.
(1993) On March 21, 1993, Celine Dion participated in the Juno Awards, at the O'Keefe Centre, in Toronto, Canada. Celine hosted the ceremony and performed a sample from "I Just Fall in Love Again".
(Duet with Garou, Pascal Obispo, Gérald De Palmas, Jean-Jacques Goldman) (2002) On March 17, 2002, Celine sang this song Au bout de mes rêves in duet with Garou, Pascal Obispo, Gerald De Palmas, Jean-Jacques Goldman, during the taping of a TV special on french channel TF1.
(1993) On Monday, October 11th, 1993, Celine performed this Edith Piaf's hit on the show Star 90 Spécial Piaf, hosted by Michel Drucker on TF1, in France.
(Duet with Bryan Adams) (1999) On December 31, 1999, Céline and Bryan Adams performed in duet the song When you're gone at the concert 'La dernière de Céline' at the Molson Center in Montréal, Québec.
(Duet with Bryan Adams) (1999) On December 31, 1999, Céline and Bryan Adams performed in duet the song It's only love at the concert 'La dernière de Céline' at the Molson Center in Montréal, Québec.
(Duet with Alain Delon) (1996) On December 1st, 1996, Celine performed this song in duet with Alain Delon for a New Year's Eve broadcast.
(Duet with Robert Charlebois) (1996) On December 1st, 1996, Celine performed this song in duet with Robert Charlebois for a New Year's Eve broadcast.
(Duet with Carole Fredericks) (1995) On Monday, May 15, 1995, Celine Dion performed with Carole Fredericks the song Knock on wood for the show Taratata broadcasted on the channel France 2 on Friday, May 19, 1995.
(1992) On July 16, 1992, Céline sang My way at Richard Sara's funeral, René's cousin, died on July 13.
(1992) On November 23rd, 1992, Céline sang about 45 seconds of Imagine for talk show host Sonia Benezra at the Capitole Theater, Quebec. On December 8th, 1992, she went on to sing the complete song on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. This song was previously sung by John Lennon in 1971. Yoko Ono and Phil Spector helped produce this song.
(Duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman & Roch Voisine) (1998) On November 21, 1998, Celine Dion sang the song Hélène in duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman and Roch Voisine during the show Tapis Rouge - Spéciale Céline Dion hosted by Michel Drucker on France 2 Channel. Roch Voisine originally recorded it in 1989.
(1999) En 1999, Celine sang Tears in Heaven in the English-speaking cities (London, Indianapolis, Amsterdam, etc...) during her Let's Talk About Love Tour.
(Duet with Bryan Adams) In 1997, at the french broadcast 'Taratata', Céline sang Everything I do (I do it for you) in duet with Bryan Adams. They also performed it on December 31, 1999 at the concert 'La dernière de Céline' at the Molson Center in Montréal, Quebec.
(1997) On March 24, 1997, Céline performed two songs at the Academy Awards, Because you loved me (Theme From 'Up Close And Personal'), and the Barbra Streisand / Bryan Adams duet, I finally found someone, from the motion picture 'The Mirror Has Two Faces'.
(Duet with Rosie O'Donnell) (1998) On November 25, 1998, during a These Are Special Times CBS Special, we could see Céline sing in duet with Rosie O'Donnell the carol Do you hear what I hear.
(1997) It is one of the songs which originally had to be include on Let's Talk About Love album but it had been removed and replaced by Where Is The Love. The ballad was written by Jim Steinman, the writer of the song It's All Coming Back To Me Now in Falling Into You album. In fact, Paul Faberman, speaking for Céline Dion, says that he personally negotiated all the deals on Let's Talk About Love album and when about 25 songs were chosen from demo tape, he called each writer's representative and told them Céline Dion was asking them to "relinquish their rights". "I made it clear that giving us publishing was not a prerequisite to being on the album... Writers who objected or declined were not omitted, he insists, from the final selection process. And some songs were recorded anyway, he observes." But songs by Jim Steinman, Diane Warren and Billy Steinberg - all of whom had hits on previous Dion albums but refused to give up a percentage of their publishing rights - were deemed by Céline and René "not among the best 14 or 15 songs. In the end it was about having the best songs." So, Is Nothing Sacred was not kept and the recorded version by Céline in not, for the moment, commercialized. Finally, Meat Loaf sang the song on his album The Very Best Of Meat Loaf, he and Jim Steinman has been friends for long time.