Celine Marie Claudette Dion was born in 1968 in the Canadian town of Charlemagne, near Montreal. At the age of five years old girl first began to speak in public, and in 1980, recorded his songs on a demo tape, sent her to the Montreal record companies, none of which did not want to invest in adolescent. But with the help of rock manager Rene Angelil, who laid his house and burn the money to two girls debut album, Celine has become a real Canadian sensation. Signed at the end of the 1980s a contract with "Sony Records", Dion became a star of the international level. Her single "D'amour ou d'amitie" in 1983 went gold in France, before that none of the Canadians did not achieve such success in the music business. Changing the image and learn English singer in 1990 and has been recognized in America, her first English album "Unison" was certified gold in the US and six times platinum in Canada. Due to the song "Where Does My Heart Beat Now", written for Walt Disney cartoon "Beauty and the Beast", Celine Dion in 1991 received such prestigious awards as the "Oscar" and "Grammy".
Further, one after another, followed by other English-language albums of the singer: "Celine Dion" (1992), "The Colour of My Love" (1993), "Think Twice" (1994), "Falling Into You" (1996) and the French-speaking " D'eux "(1995), recognized as the best of ever released on the French albums. Songs from these albums in their time were leading the charts not only in Canada, France and the United States, but also the United Kingdom, and the albums themselves repeatedly received gold and platinum awards.
In 1996, Celine Dion took part in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Atlanta, and in 1997 in the legendary film James Cameron's "Titanic," sang the song "My Heart Will Go On", which brought her a second "Oscar" in 1998 and three awards " Grammy "in 1999.
2000s in the works marked Dion duet with artists such as Barbra Streisand, Bryan Adams, Andrea Bocelli, Cher, Garou and many others. Continuing his successful career, is rapidly gaining momentum, she released such albums as "A New Day Has Come" (2002), "Taking chances" (2007) and the French-speaking "1 fille & 4 types" (2003) and "D'elles "(2007).
In 1994, Celine married her producer Rene Angeli. Despite the terrible diagnosis of throat cancer, which Angelil coped largely due to her aid, the singer did not give up hope of becoming a mother. In 2001, the couple had a son, Rene-Charles, and in October 2010, 42-year-old singer gave birth to twin boys. Despite the mother's care, the singer is currently preparing for the release of his new show and record another album.