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René Angélil, CM, OQ was a Canadian musical producer, talent manager and singer. He was the manager and husband of singer Celine Dion.
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Celine is the second residency show by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. The show is performed at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada beginning 15 March 2011, with an estimated 70 performances per year (which makes Celine the top money earner in Vegas, earning $476K a show).
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Title: Encore Un Soir
Date: May 24th, 2016
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"Encore un soir" (meaning "One More Night") is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released as the lead single from her upcoming French-language album, set to release in Fall 2016.
Title: The Show Must Go On
Date: May 19th 2016
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Title: Encore Un Soir
Date: August 26th, 2016
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Encore un soir is a French-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on 26 August 2016. It is her first French studio album since 2012's Sans attendre.
Title: Loved Me Back to Life
Date: November 5th 2013
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Loved Me Back to Life is the eleventh English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Sony Music Entertainment on 1 November 2013. It was preceded by the lead single and title track, "Loved Me Back to Life," which was released on 3 September 2013.
Title: Sans attendre
Date: November 2nd 2012
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Sans attendre (meaning Without Waiting) is a French-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on November 2, 2012. It is her first new French studio album since 2007's D'elles.
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 2016/05/24

Celine Dion was honored with the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday and the indomitable songstress dominated the stage with a fierce performance of “The Show Must Go On.”

The breathtaking number was Dion’s first televised performance since the death of her husband, Rene Angelil, in January, and the 48-year-old diva didn’t skip a beat when it came to proving she’s still a vocal powerhouse.

WATCH: Celine Dion Talks Life Without Late Husban René Angélil

Donning a seductive, hip-hugging gold gown and joined by famed violinist Lindsey Stirling — as well as a full orchestra — Dion made the epic cover of the Queen hit all her own.

After the performance, Dion tried to hold back tears sweeping over her, which she managed to do until her son, Rene-Charles, came out on stage in a surprise appearance to present her with the Icon Award.

“I’m sorry for crying,” Dion said to her son, holding his hand as tears rolled down her face. “I want to be so strong for my family and my kids and I didn’t expect this. I didn’t want to cry in front of you, you make me so happy.”

WATCH: Celine Dion Pays Tribute to Late Husband in Triumphant Return to Las Vegas Stage

Turning to address the audience, the emotional Dion thanked her fans, gushing, “This is such a tremendous honor. You know Music has been my passion since I can almost remember. So many people have helped me get where I am today.”

“I want to thank the fans for traveling through music with me in good and bad times,” she continued, “My mom, who wrote my first song, my children, and most importantly my beloved husband whom I know will continue to watch over me from up above.”

“Rene, this one’s for you,” Dion said, beginning to cry even harder and holding her trophy up victoriously. “The show must go on!”

WATCH: Celine Dion Keeps Memory of Rene Angelil Alive With Gold Cast of His Hand

Dion made her triumphant return to the Las Vegas stage in late February, after putting her Caesars Palace residency on hold to mourn the loss of her husband and her older brother, Daniel, who died of cancer two days after Angelil’s death.

Last week, Dion sat down for her first televised interview since suffering her tragic losses.

“It’s like I don’t live with him physically, but I live with him inside of me,” Dion told ABC News’ Deborah Roberts. “I miss him when he was well. I miss him the way that I knew him, without the sickness.” Check out the video below to hear more.


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 2016/05/21

Power of love: In her first concert since her spine-tingling TV tell-all on Good Morning America, Celine laid her feelings bare in front of a 4,000-strong crowd when she returned to a new season of her residency at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas

Celine Dion tearfully paid tribute to the fans who have helped her survive the heartbreaking loss of her husband, Rene Angelil, describing it as a ‘personal show’ on Tuesday.

In her first concert since her spine-tingling TV tell-all on Good Morning America, Celine laid her feelings bare in front of a 4,000-strong crowd when she returned to a new season of her residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.

‘I would like to express my deep appreciation for the support and love you have given my whole family during the most difficult time of our lives,’ she said.

DailyMail.com was at the concert as she declared her three sons, Rene-Charles, 15, and five-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson, were ‘doing fine’ without their beloved dad, who succumbed to a long battle with throat cancer in January, at the age of 73.

Celine, who was visibly emotional during several parts of the performance, added, ‘We’re all doing very well. The kids are fine, I’m fine. And I guess if I’m fine, they’ll follow, and they’ll be OK.’

During one of her songs, the 48-year-old cheekily lifted her dress to show off her toned pins and coquettishly whispered into the microphone, ‘That was for Rene!’

It was Rene, who Celine first met when she was 12, who taught her to love.

‘If I may tell you, growing up in my generation, “love” was not said very easily. We were kind of shy to say it. Rene on the other hand would say I love you every day to his mother, brother, children, fans, everybody,’ she said.

‘The first time I heard him say, “I love you, Mom,” I was touched and I was stunned. I understood immediately that I was missing out on something so important, I infiltrated the word, “love” to my family, but you know, we could infect the world with these simple and yet so powerful words, that I say to you tonight, “I love you”.’

Just hours later, the French-Canadian beauty returned to the stage, seemingly eager to please her sellout crowd.

Amid taking selfies with fans, she declared, ‘I’m certainly extremely glad that you’re all here tonight to sing, laugh, share memories, and even go to few places together if it’s OK with you. So let’s do this together, let’s go all the way together.’

The crowd roared its appreciation.

Before introducing a slow ballad, Celine said, ‘This song is very personal to me. By now you know everything about me. Every proud mother loves to show off, and this song is the right song to do so. So just imagine this screen is the biggest iPad you’ve ever seen in your life,’ before flashing up touching pictures of her late husband and their gorgeous boys, much to the joy of her fans.

Celine changed her outfits five times during the 90-minute casino extravaganza at the famous Colosseum – which nets her $467,000 per show, making her the highest-earning performer in Vegas.

In honour: The crowd was delighted by her cover of Purple Rain by Prince, who passed away last month ¿ especially when she insisted everyone lift their phones in tribute to the singer

The crowd was delighted by her cover of Purple Rain by Prince, who passed away last month – especially when she insisted everyone lift their phones in tribute to the singer.

Celine signed an eight-year deal with Caesar’s Palace, meaning she’s contracted to the casino until 2019.

A tearful member of the audience told DailyMail.com, ‘Celine was so emotionally spent after she sang her encore My Heart Will Go On. It was heartbreaking to see. Rene was clearly at the forefront of her mind.’


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 2016/05/21

'I feel at peace': It's been four months since her husband of 21 years René Angélil passed away from throat cancer at 73, and Céline Dion and her children are beginning to feel better

It’s been four months since her husband of 21 years René Angélil passed away from throat cancer at 73, and Céline Dion and her children are beginning to feel better.

‘When they took [his body] away, I chased the truck a little, like it was my kids going to school for the first day,’ the 48-year-old pop diva revealed in the May 30 edition of People – on newsstands Friday.

‘It’s been a long, long journey. We were living in hope, knowing that there’s no hope.’

When the five-time Grammy winner’s 59-year-old brother Daniel died two days later from brain, throat, and tongue cancer – she thought it was ‘perfect.’

‘René escorted my brother,’ Céline rationalized. ‘He took him under his wings, and he said, “You know, I’ll take good care of him.”‘

The Québec-born beauty told their 15-year-old son René-Charles Jr. immediately, but waited a few days to deliver the sad news to their five-year-old boys Eddy and Nelson.

Inspired by the 2009 Pixar movie Up, Dion threw a glitter and balloon-filled celebration to inform the fraternal twins that ‘Papa’ had ‘gone up.’

The 48-year-old pop diva revealed in the May 30 edition of People: 'When they took [his body] away, I chased the truck a little, like it was my kids going to school for the first day'

‘It’s the thing I’m most proud of,’ the widowed mother-of-three smiled.

‘I did not want to relate the passing to doctors and have them be afraid.’

These days, Céline’s hockey-loving teenager is ‘already talking about cars’ while little Eddy and Nelson want to take gymnastics and piano.

‘It’s hard, but [my husband] left me with all of his strength,’ admitted the French-Canadian chanteuse.

At his January 22 funeral: The Québec-born beauty told their 15-year-old son René-Charles Jr. immediately, but waited a few days to deliver the sad news to their five-year-old boys Eddy and Nelson

‘I really, really want to prove to my kids their mother is strong.’

Dion will receive the Icon trophy at this Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards where she’ll perform a cover of Queen’s The Show Must Go On in honor of Angélil.

The uplifting song was originally penned about frontman Freddie Mercury’s desire to perform despite having AIDS, and he passed away at age 45 a month after its 1991 release.

‘René always insisted the show must go on,’ Céline – whose net worth is $630M – recalled.

The French-Canadian chanteuse admitted: 'It's hard, but [my husband] left me with all of his strength. I really, really want to prove to my kids their mother is strong' (pictured November 18)

‘I’m 48 years old and I lost the love of my life. I miss him a lot from when he was great but not when he was suffering. I cannot be selfish. You have to let people go. I feel at peace.’

The Overjoyed songstress will next use her five-octave pipes at her Las Vegas residency – now in its 16th leg – at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum on Wednesday.

And next Tuesday, Dion drops the first single, Encore un soir, off her 15th French-language studio album hitting shelves this fall.

The My Heart Will Go On hitmaker was famously only 12 years old when twice-divorced René declared her a star and became her mentor/manager.

In 1981, Angélil reportedly mortgaged his home to fund her first record La voix du bon Dieu and, by 1993, they went public with their romance.

He also left behind a son Patrick, 48 (with ex-wife #1 Denyse Duquette), and a son Jean-Pierre, 41, and daughter Anne-Marie, 38 (with ex-wife #2 Manon Kirouac).


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 2016/05/20

Always a reminder: Celine Dion told TVA interviewer that she sees late husband René Angélil every day in the form of their three sons René-Charles, 15, and five-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy (pictured in February 2011)

‘Every day I see René’: Celine Dion reveals she finds comfort in her three children following the death of her husband

Celine Dion sees her husband in their three sons.

The Because You Loved Me singer was left devastated when her beloved spouse René Angélil died of cancer in January, but has been taking comfort from their children, René-Charles, 15, and five-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy.

In her first in-depth, on-camera chat since her spouse’s death, Celine told TVA interviewer Marie-Claude Barrette: ‘Every day, I look at René-Charles, Nelson and Eddy and I see René.’

And the 48-year-old singer impressed the TVA interviewer with her ‘unexpected strength’ as they chatted following the star’s heartbreaking personal loss.

‘I expected to encounter a weakened Celine, and I met a woman of unexpected strength. I feel honoured to have had her first interview since the death of René,’ the interviewer said.

The interview was taped last Thursday at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, where the singer has her Las Vegas residency, and is set to air on the Montreal network on May 18.

On the same day, ABC News will air a ‘compelling’ interview with the My Heart Will Go On singer, who spoke at length with their correspondent Deborah Roberts.

A number of shows on the channel, including Good Morning America and Nightline, will broadcast the chat.

At his January 22 funeral: The Québec-born beauty told their 15-year-old son René-Charles Jr. immediately, but waited a few days to deliver the sad news to their five-year-old boys Eddy and Nelson

Following the death of her husband, and also her brother Daniel Dion – who lost his own battle from cancer just a few days later – Celine took a break from her residency and on her return in February, she paid tribute to her late spouse.

She told her audience: ‘Through my life I only had eyes for my husband, who sat out here night after night.

‘People thought that I was looking at him but I didn’t need to because every time I closed my eyes, I felt René on stage with me – whether he was seated in his seat right there, in the balcony, backstage, or at home with the kids.

‘He’s always been on stage with me and nothing will ever change that,’ she said, adding: ‘I might not hear his voice yet, but I talk to him, I think of him all the time. I feel and I know he hears me, one way or another.’

‘I know he will give me a sign for his approval or not. And now I can feel that he is telling me to zip it and start singing,’ she concluded.

Having made her emotional return to her Caesars Palace show, Celine has performances in May and June, and September through November.


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 2016/05/20

Celine Dion is opening up about husband’s Rene Angelil’s death earlier this year. Angelil died Jan. 14 at 73 after a long battle with throat cancer.

Celine Dion to Receive ICON Award & Perform at 2016 Billboard Music Awards

Dion tells ABC News that even though Angelil’s death was expected, “you’re never ready for something like this to happen.”

Two days after Angelil died, her brother, Daniel Dion, died of a similar cancer on Angelil’s birthday. Dion says she believes that her husband came and got her brother, because he was “too weak to fly on his own.”

Angelil discovered the singer when she was 12 and later became her manager. She says it’s hard to make decisions without his guidance.

Dion is set to perform Queen‘s “The Show Must Go On” at the Billboard Music Awardson Sunday, where she will also receive the ICON Award.


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 2016/05/20

Céline Dion opens up for the first time since losing both her husband, René Angélil, and brother Daniel Dion. Subscribe now to read how she and her family have found strength and peace, only in PEOPLE.

As Céline Dion works to move forward from the loss of her beloved husbandRené Angélil, who died from throat cancer at 73 just four months ago, she can’t help looking back on their history together.
“I started to know René when I was 12 years old,” Dion, 48, tells PEOPLE inthis week’s cover story. “Not in a relation to that level, but with as much respect and love.”
In those days Angélil, her manager, was helping to transform Dion from an unknown French-Canadian beauty with a uniquely strong voice, into one of the most celebrated artists of all time.

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“I never wrote my songs. I didn’t even know how to read music or play an instrument,” she says. But, “I had a great manager who surrounded me with the best people.”

It was a few years after they began working together that Dion, then a teenager, began a romantic relationship with Angélil. “We kind of kept it cool because of my career,” says Dion of wanting to dodge scrutiny over their 26-year age difference. “I was living that love secretly.”
Then, “when I was at the age to be able to say to people,” she says, “It was like bang! love! Love always wins.”

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 2016/05/20

Céline Dion Once Hired a Plane to Write a Message in the Sky for René Angélil: ‘He Could Barely Lift His Head … I Think He Could Not Take Another Birthday’

Céline Dion opens up for the first time since losing both her husband, René Angélil, and brother Daniel Dion. Subscribe now to read how she and her family have found strength and peace, only in PEOPLE.

As her husband René Angélil‘s throat cancer progressed, robbing him of many of his abilities, Céline Dion says it became harder and harder to focus on the happy times.

“I think that he could not take another birthday,” Dion, 48, says of Angélil, who died just two days shy of turning 74. At the time, he was surviving with the help of feeding tubes and was mostly bedridden.

“For him it was like, ‘How many cakes are people going to eat in front of me?'” she tells PEOPLE in this week’s cover story. Towards the end, “We did not buy cakes anymore, we did not decorate too much because he could not get out of bed.”

That didn’t mean Dion stopped trying to celebrate her beloved. “At one point I hired a plane to write a message in the sky for him,” she says. “He barely could lift his head to look at it.”

“When you see your loved one leaving, like in bits and pieces at a time, it’s very difficult,” she says. “Going through three years of helping my husband, especially seeing him suffering in a way, I feel at peace.”

Céline Dion Once Hired a Plane to Write a Message in the Sky for René Angélil: 'He Could Barely Lift His Head … I Think He Could Not Take Another Birthday'| Celine Dion, Rene Angelil

Following his passing, Dion transformed the room that held his deathbed. “I told the people I work with at the house, ‘I want you to take the pain away from the room,’ ” she says of donating her husband’s medical equipment and redecorating.

After redecorating and applying fresh paint, “We put up pictures of him and paintings that the kids had done for Father’s Day. We needed the space for happiness,” she says of herself and her three sons. Now every night, “we have a ritual. We kiss his picture and wish things. The picture is so sticky now, but I don’t want to clean it.”

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 2016/05/20

Celine Dion: "Since the death of René, the twins are sleeping with me"

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Celine Dion is now alone with her three children. Since the death of Rene Angelil, the mom does everything for his children to go well. Especially the last two, the twins Eddy and Nelson. She tells.

It’s been four months since René Angélil has died following a long illness. Since Celine Dion threw herself heart and soul into the work, while focusing his three son, René-Charles, 15, and Nelson and Eddy, twin 5 years. And especially with the latter two, as she explains in the pages of Paris Match . “I have instituted a series of rituals at bedtime. First, I make sure that René-Charles is well. Then the twins arrive in my room where the bed is huge, disproportionate same. They sleep with me.Watching a Disney then I turn off the light. I installed two small lamps that project stars on the ceiling. “

With two small, the singer kissing the photo of her missing husband, resting on his bedside table. Eddy and Nelson have always known their sick father. “For three years now, the twins saw only very rarely their father,” says their mom.

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