Céline Marie Claudette Dion (born March 30, 1968) is a singer from Canada. Her vocals are known for being both strong and technically adept. Pop, rock, R&B, gospel, and classical music have all been integrated into Dion’s work. She is the best-selling Canadian recording artist of all time, as well as the best-selling French language artist in history and the world’s best-selling modern female musician.
She was born into a large family in Charlemagne, Quebec, and rose to fame as a teen star in her own country during the 1980s with a series of French-language albums. She first rose to prominence after winning the Yamaha World Popular Song Festival in 1982 and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, where she represented Switzerland. She signed with Epic Records in the United States after learning English. Unison, Dion’s first English-language album, was released in 1990, establishing her as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking countries.
Unison, Dion’s first English-language album, was released in 1990, establishing her as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking countries. Although she has sang in Spanish, Italian, German, Latin, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese, the majority of her recordings are in French and English.
Dion has been the target of eating disorder accusations for decades due to her petite body, which she has continuously denied: “I don’t have an eating problem, and there’s nothing more I can say about it.” “My job necessitates that I be in excellent physical condition. If I had eaten too much or too little, or if, as some magazines have said, I forced myself to throw up after each meal, I wouldn’t have been able to put on a hundred shows a year and travel nonstop from one end of the planet to the other.”