sobota 19. mája 2018
utorok 15. mája 2018
Céline Dion released her first new song in 13 months in the most “Céline” way possible — with a fun music video starring Deadpool‘s Wade Wilson doing an interpretive dance around her. (Her new hit, “Ashes,” is the lead single from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack.) But the real show-stopping moment wasn’t even Deadpool‘s moves, it was her outfit styled by Law Roach and the singer’s glowing beauty look created by celebrity makeup artist Scott Barnes.
In true Dion fashion, she wore a standout floor-sweeping design by Christian Siriano that featured a dramatic cape and inspired makeup artist Scott Barnes to go all-out-glam with Dion’s beauty look.
“Well, the inspiration really came from Law [Roach] her stylist. He gave some options of dresses, and this is the one that really stood out — the color is so beautiful against her skin,” Barnes tells PeopleStyle exclusively. “And I just went from there."
The result was a gorgeous golden glow and a bold eye look. Barnes used a liquid metal gold Pat McGrath product for Dion’s gold glittery lids and used Bella by Scott Barnes on her lashes — which he calls the hero product of the entire makeup moment.
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“It’s always creatively exciting collaborating with Celine Dion,” he says about working with the icon. “She’s always very creatively involved, and I come in and make her vision work.”
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“Ashes” also earns a spot on the Billboard Digital Song Sales chart.
New songs from two pop music icons debut on this week’s Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100.
Celine Dion earns #19 with her new “Ashes.” Christina Aguilera’s new “Accelerate,” which features 2 Chainz & Ty Dolla $ign, starts at #24.
The Bubbling Under Hot 100 ranks the Top 25 songs that have yet to appear on the actual Hot 100. Like the main chart, it positions songs based on combined activity from sales, streams and radio airplay.
The aforementioned “Ashes” and “Accelerate” positions are based on each song’s first full week of activity. In conjunction with its Bubbling Under debut, “Ashes” earns #35 on the Digital Song Sales chart.
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nedeľa 13. mája 2018
J'aimerais souhaiter une très joyeuse fête des mères à toutes les mamans. J'espère que vous pourrez profiter de cette journée spéciale entourée de l'amour de vos enfants. En tant que fille, c'est la journée idéale pour exprimer l'affection et l'amour que j'ai pour ma mère. Bonne journée à toutes ! - Céline xx...
I would like to wish all of you Moms out there a very happy Mother’s Day. I hope you can enjoy this special day surrounded by the love of your children. As a loving daughter, it’s the perfect time to express the affection and admiration I have for my Mom. Wishing you a beautiful day! - Céline xx...
piatok 11. mája 2018
René-Charles Angélil is not your average 17-year-old — his mother happens to be one of the world’s most famous pop stars. But he shares at least one trait with millions of other teenage kids: he wanted to do something without telling his mom about it ahead of time.
So he went and recorded two rap songs in his home studio, in the garage beside the family home in Las Vegas. He released them Monday on the streaming platform SoundCloud under his stage name, Big Tip, and he only got around to telling his mother about all this after the songs went to No. 1 and No. 2 on the Canadian SoundCloud R&B charts. His mother being Céline Dion.
Catwalks, which samples Toronto rap/R&B superstar the Weeknd’s Sidewalks, held the top spot on the SoundCloud chart on Thursday. His version of the Weeknd’s Loft Music was No. 2.
Since then, Angélil has released three other songs: Never Stop, The Apple and The Kid. He said it took him 15 minutes to write The Apple and 45 minutes to record it.
The release of the songs led to a highly unusual conversation at home with his mother on Wednesday.
“It’s kind of messed up, honestly,” Angélil said in a phone interview from his Las Vegas home on Thursday. “I played it to her for the first time (Wednesday). I just felt like keeping it on the low. But she loved it. She was just kind of stunned at first, because she’d never heard anything from me. It was kind of a weird conversation: ‘Ma, I’m No. 1 and No. 2 on the charts right now.’ She was like: ‘Why didn’t you tell me first?’ But she’s very supportive of my passion for this.”
Of course, Angélil could have used some of Dion’s music-biz contacts to get his songs out there, he said, but decided not to on principle.
“That’s way too easy,” he said. “My mom’s the greatest singer of all time and she’s got all these outlets. I could have been like, ‘Hey mom, I’m kind of into this music stuff, let’s do something about it.’ But I wanted to prove to myself that I’m able to do it. Not just because my mom is who my mom is. At the end of the day, that’s what matters to me the most: to make a name for myself.”
Angélil’s lyrics are clearly autobiographical; he raps about what it’s like to grow up in Vegas as the son of famous parents. (His father was Dion’s husband and manager, the late René Angélil.) Catwalks opens with the verse: “I ran out of tears when I was 16 / so your bulls–t don’t faze me / so many people wish they knew me … but I’m choosy … I’ve been living the high life, but it comes with a high price.”
“All my lyrics are very personal,” said Angélil. “I’m trying to do something here that no one has ever done before: it’s the son of one of the greatest singers of all time trying to be a rapper. If I was trying to be a real vocalist, that would make sense. But a rapper? All the lyrics are about my personal experiences.”
There is quite a bit of Auto-Tune used on the tracks, which has already led to no small amount of criticism online. The Apple, which he wrote this week, is a response to his critics, with some obscenity-laced words for the naysayers. It includes the lines: “The apple don’t fall far from the tree, so this is God sent … dropped two chart-toppers and they said it was cheesy.”
“It just drives me more,” said Angélil. “I kind of look for that. I’m scavenging the internet looking for people who are trying to bash me. I kind of get motivation from that. I want to prove these guys wrong.”
Angélil says he wants to do a full-length album, for which he’d consider working with a major label. And he won’t rule out the possibility of recording with his famous mom at some point.
“That would be very interesting, because we have two completely different styles,” he said. “I’d love to do that. That’d be very cool.”
The Big Tip moniker, by the way, is a nod to his skills on ice. He has played a lot of hockey, and it comes from a nickname he had a few years back.
“Second-year bantam, with my hockey team, I had the most tipped goals,” said Angélil. “It was insane. I’d go in front of the net, there’d be a shot from the point and I’d tip it and it’d go in every time. It was beyond belief. They just started calling me the Tip Captain.
“Then I started rapping and it was like, ‘I have to find a rap name.’ Now, everyone these days has ‘Little’ in their name. But I didn’t want to be ‘Little.’ I wanted to be ‘Big.’ So I was like, ‘Big Tip.’ I know it’s up for interpretation as well, but that’s where it came from.”
streda 9. mája 2018
Je suis profondément attristée d’apprendre le décès de Maurane. Elle était une artiste incroyable. Sa voix nous touchait et continuera de le faire. Mes pensées accompagnent sa famille et ses proches. - Céline xx…
I am deeply saddened to learn about Maurane’s passing. She was an incredible artist. Her voice moved us and will continue to do so. My thoughts go out to her family and loved ones. - Céline xx…