piatok 28. apríla 2017

Show Celine Dion Live in Las Vegas May/June 2017

Céline Dion, one of the most immediately recognized, widely respected and successful performers in pop music history, returns to resume her Las Vegas show. Celine at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is a glamorous show featuring Celine’s biggest hits directed by famed Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich.

štvrtok 27. apríla 2017

Win Tickets to See Celine Dion in Las Vegas

Enter below for a shot at a Vegas prize pack, courtesy of Caesars Palace

There's no doubt that Celine Dion is the Queen of Vegas. Now in her second residency at Caesars Palace, the Canadian singer continues to deliver show-stopping performances and remind audiences why she's one of the best-selling female artists of all time. In December, Dion will celebrate the 20th anniversary of her most iconic record, "My Heart Will Go On," and to mark the occasion, Caesars Palace is giving away an incredible fan experience: A free trip to Las Vegas, including airfare and a two-night stay, along with tickets to see the legend herself. 


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streda 26. apríla 2017

Celine Dion "One Year with Céline" New Documentary C8TV May 4,2017

C8TV will broadcast a new documentary about the singer Celine Dion "One Year with Céline" THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017 AT 9:00 PM
C8TV va diffuser un documentaire inédit sur la chanteuse Céline Dion "Un an avec Céline" JEUDI 4 MAI 2017 À 21H 
C8TV bude vysielať nový dokument o speváčke Céline Dion " Jeden Rok so Celine" Vo Štvrtok 4. Mája 2017 O 21:00 hod . 

utorok 25. apríla 2017

Céline Dion sells Florida estate for almost half original asking price

Almost four years after trying to sell her Florida estate for $72.5 million, pop superstar Céline Dion has finally sold the multimillion dollar Jupiter Island home for close to $38.5 million — only 53 per cent of the original asking price on the property.

Celine Dion and her husband, René Angélil, who died of cancer last year, built the spectacular oceanfront mansion in 2010. The property has 13 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a guest house, several pools and a water park.  

Montreal real estate broker Joseph Montanaro said he helped sell the property, along with a broker who is licensed to sell property in Florida. Montanaro said he can’t identify the new owner, but said the American buyer wanted the property as a vacation home. The sale was finalized last week.

Dion had to lower the asking price several times because the resale market for luxury homes in Jupiter, Fla., has not been very strong over the past few years. “Sometimes when sellers put a lot of money in a house, there’s always a gamble that you might not get back what you put in, especially in the short term,” said Montanaro, who is associated with Sotheby’s. “The sellers spared no expense in building this estate.”
In February, 2016, Montanaro represented Dion when she sold her Normand-style château for $25.5 million.  The chateau is on a private island near Laval.

Celine Dion spends most of her time in Las Vegas where she performs at Caesars Palace and the Florida home wasn’t being used, Montanaro said.

He said he was hired by Dion’s team after having sold a property in Montreal that was owned by one of the singer’s friends. He wouldn’t say what his commission was on the sale of the Florida property but said “it makes for a nice reward after having the property on the market for this length of time.”
Montanaro is also selling Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty’s house in an exclusive area of Brossard for $1.988 million. Five years after moving into a custom-built house in the Domaines de la Rive-Sud neighbourhood, Pacioretty is looking for a bigger house for his family.
Correction: The headline on the original version of this story incorrectly stated that the house was sold at a loss.


Céline Dion - How Does A Moment Last Forever (From "Beauty and the Beast"/Video)
“Being a part of the original "Beauty and the Beast" was such a magical experience in my life, and I'm truly honored to be a part of this film again.” Celine Dion 
“How Does A Moment Last Forever” is an emotional ballad about holding onto life’s precious moments. - Céline Dion 🌹
[Verse 1]
How does a moment last forever?
How can a story never die?
It is love we must hold onto
Never easy, but we try
Sometimes our happiness is captured
Somehow, our time and place stand still
Love lives on inside our hearts and always will

Minutes turn to hours, days to years and gone
But when all else has been forgotten
Still our song lives on

[Verse 2]
Maybe some moments weren’t so perfect
Maybe some memories not so sweet
But we have to know some bad times
Or are lives are incomplete
Then when the shadows overtake us
Just when we feel all hope is gone
We’ll hear our song and know once more
Our love lives on

[Verse 3]
How does a moment last forever?
How does our happiness endure?
Through the darkest of our troubles
Love is beauty, love is pure
Love pays no mind to desolation
It flows like a river through the soul
Protects, proceeds and perseveres
And makes us whole

Minutes turn to hours, days to years and gone
But when all else has been forgotten
Still our song lives on
That's how a moment lasts forever
When our song lives on
/Alan Menken ; Tim Rice /
Walt Disney Records
Featuring: Ariana Grande & John Legend, Céline Dion, Emma Thompson, Emma Watson & Luke Evans, Josh Groban & Josh Gad & Dan Stevens

pondelok 24. apríla 2017

Win The Ultimate Celine Dion VIP Experience on Mother's Day

Lite FM is giving you the ultimate Mother’s Day present- the ultimate Celine Dion VIP Experience! We have your chance to win a trip for two to see Celine Dion live at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace!  Elevate your stay at Caesars Palace with the ultimate 2 night VIP suite      experience.  

nedeľa 23. apríla 2017

Did You Know That ?

Celine Dion: “It’s amazing what he can do with a violin and a bow!”
(Let's Talk About Love World Tour 1998)
As an electric violinist, Mark Wood is a highly acclaimed international recording artist who has
released six CDs of his highly original music, showcasing his unique approach to the electric violin playing on his own line of patented instruments; he has toured and recorded with many of the industry's most prominent performers. In addition to touring
with Celine Dion, where he was featured on a duet with her
on the song "To Love You More."

piatok 21. apríla 2017

Céline Dion Reveals She Sleeps with Her Six-Year-Old Twins Every Night After Husband's Death

Céline Dion may never stop grieving the death of her late husband René Angélil, but she’s finding comfort in keeping her 6-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson Angélil close and helping them remember their late father. The 49-year-old sat down with The Sun and revealed the three sleep together every night.

I organize myself to not feel lonely,” Dion said. “So I got myself a huge, huge, huge bed and I sleep with my twins. They are comforting me a lot. I need them. I need them close.”

“When it’s time for them to say they want their room, their room’s ready. But we watch a lot of TV together. I’m discovering Disney,” she added.

Dion went on to explain that the boys have found a way through the pain of losing their father because she’s remained a symbol of strength.

“They’re really well because I’m strong,” she said. “I’m sounding pretentious but if I don’t show them the way, they will question it. ‘Papa is not coming back but Papa is in your heart.’ ”

She also opened up about how she gets her children to communicate with their “Papa.”

“We kiss him every night,” Dion said. “We have a little ritual where we say goodnight to him with a little picture. Then the kids talk to him. And they write words, put them in balloons and we send the balloons to the sky.”

Dion said she became a sponge in the months before his death, learning everything she could from the man who helped her create an astounding career.

“We talked a lot and I took notes every day,” she said. “I had my Post-its and my crayons and my book, and everything he wanted or questioned, or he thought of, I wrote it down.”

Celine Dion : AU CŒUR DU STADE DVD 1999

This 90-minute concert was recorded live at the famous Stade de France in Paris in June 1999. The DVD also includes exclusive footage from the making of ‘S’il suffisait d’aimer’ and ‘Let’s Talk About Love.’ It features an appearance by guest star Sir George Martin, and rarely seen footage of Barbra, Celine, David Foster, and the “Tell Him” lyricists chatting around the piano. The entire “Tell Him” video is also included on this disk.

The concerts are nearly canceled when René receives his first cancer diagnosis. Céline is torn between her professional obligations and her desire to remain at her husband’s side. Thanks to technology, the couple remains in direct contact with each other during both shows, and René watches live via the internet. The audience sees Céline use hand gestures to communicate moving messages of love to him. Even the audience joins in, waving posters that express words of love and encouragement for René.


štvrtok 20. apríla 2017

Celine Dion in New Interview with Dan Wootton for LorraineITV April 20,2017

Celine Dion Sings to Adele and Opens Up About Losing Her Husband (Extended Interview) | Lorraine
Celine Dion talks to Dan Wootton about her love for Sia's music and even sings an invitation to Adele for them to perform together! She also opens up about the tragic loss of her husband René. Broadcast on 20/04/2017

streda 19. apríla 2017

Celine Dion Exlusive for The Sun UK April 19,2017

Celine Dion reveals all about her grief after the death of her husband in her first UK interview for seven years .  The superstar talks to Bizarre's Dan Wootton ahead of her first European tour without the 'love of her life' by her side .
CELINE Dion cannot contemplate life without her late husband.
As far as she is concerned Rene Angelil, who died of throat cancer at 73 last year, is still with her at virtually every moment — when she’s on stage, when she’s making new music and, most importantly, when she’s with her three children.

“I think I will probably grieve for the rest of my life,” she says of her fellow Canadian, who was 26 years her senior.

But she adds with a hopeful smile: “Rene has prepared me for all my life since I’m 12.

“I have never met another man in my life, never kissed another man in my life.
“I miss him a lot. I miss him a lot — for my partner, for the man I was embracing, kissing, making love with. My worries, my dreams . . . ”

Yes, Celine, who turned 49 last month, is devastated. But there’s a power to the way she is so openly tackling her grief.

She says: “No one chooses to be sick.
“Life imposes for you to be sick and you have the option to be strong or not be strong.

“But to be surrounded by the right people helps a lot because, if you know you will die, make the best of it. “I proved to Rene that he was there for me and I’m going to be there for him — and I’m still there for him.”

Rene — Celine’s husband of 21 years — managed every aspect of her soaring career, which has seen the Because You Loved Me singer become the second highest-selling female artist of all time after Madonna, shifting 250million records.

Celine still relies on Rene’s advice, too, consulting with a portrait of him recently that was painted by a fan when she had to decide whether to record a new song for Disney’s hit Beauty And The Beast remake.

She recalls: “I went and found one of the paintings that one of the fans gave me of my husband and I said, ‘Should I do this?’

“And the answer I got back — I don’t want that to sound like ghostly or anything like that — but emotionally what I got back from that was, ‘You have nothing to lose’.”

It’s been seven years since Celine last gave an interview to a British newspaper and she admits she is “stressed” about her return to Europe this summer — her first tour without Rene by her side.

Celine, who has sons Rene-Charles, 16, and six-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy, explains: “Touring the world is a big deal when you have three kids and travelling becomes problematic, it’s scary sometimes. It becomes more complex, and the grieving.”

We meet last week at 11pm, backstage at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace hotel, Las Vegas, where she has just performed her 1,028th, incredible, emotion-filled show of her residency.

Celine made a triumphant return to Sin City — where she has become as successful as greats Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley — in 2015 after disappearing from the spotlight to nurse Rene.

Looking after him was nothing short of hellish for her, as she watched “the man who I love the most on this whole earth suffering so much”.

She explains: “He did suffer for three years. A lot.

“I took a year off and I said, ‘My living well is to be with you, it’s not my career. You are my career, you are my life’. “That’s what a wife does, that’s what a mother does, that’s what a performer does. I took care of him the best way I could.”

In the months before Rene’s death, Celine became a sponge, wanting to learn everything she could from the man who guided her showbiz life.

She says: “We talked a lot and I took notes every day. I had my Post-its and my crayons and my book, and everything he wanted or questioned, or he thought of, I wrote it down.”

They even planned together his very public funeral, which was held in January last year with an open casket at Montreal’s Notre-Dame Basilica.

She says: “I reassured him it was going to be done his way — he chose the songs at his funeral, the way he wanted it, everything to a T. And I respected that.”

Celine pauses. Her eyes well up and turn to glass.

But she presses on to explain in heart-breaking detail his final days. “I put a bathrobe on top of him, night after night, when I left for the show.

"He gave me a teddy bear for St Valentine’s, so I cut the heart and I put it on him night after night for the remote control, his glasses, an earpiece.”

And recalling how she said goodbye, she adds: “So when he passed, I put the heart under his head and I said, ‘Listen to me, do you trust me? Do you believe me?’ And he was gone.

“When he passed, I stand by his side and I said, ‘You know what, it’s OK, you know you didn’t deserve to suffer that much. He was cold.

“I said, ‘It’s enough, it’s enough of suffering. You gave so much, you don’t deserve that’.

"I said, ‘I’m fine, the kids are fine, OK, everything is going to be OK. You taught me, you taught me well. I’m going to use it’.

“And that’s what I do every day — so Rene will never die.”

There is a deep sadness watching Celine sing lyrics to her famous song My Heart Will Go On — the theme to Titanic — which she admits now has a different meaning to her.

But when I ask if her heart will go on one day, by finding a new love, she shakes her head forcefully then says: “Now it is definitely too soon for me. I am definitely in love with him (Rene), married to him.

“He’s the love of my life. It’s very difficult for me to see myself with another person. The love that I have for him, I live it every day. And as a woman, we do have emotions and feelings that come and go. And it’s always with him.

“When I sing, it’s with him. When I hug my kids, it’s for him and it’s with him. I took time to grieve and I’m still grieving.”

TOMORROW: Celine Dion guest-edits Bizarre

Celine Dion in New Interview with Dan Wootton for LorraineITV April 20,2017

Coming tomorrow on @ITVLorraine - my exclusive sit down with Celine Dion backstage in Las Vegas @celinedion #celinedion 🎤😘
Celine Dion gives her first British newspaper interview in FIVE YEARS to me tomorrow in @thesun. It's going to be emotional #celine #celinedion #lasvegas #vegas #caesarspalace

utorok 18. apríla 2017

Celine Dion in New Interview with Dan Wootton for LorraineITV April 20,2017

We wish we could have been a fly on the wall during this chat! Luckily for us - and for you - @danwootton's world exclusive interview with singing legend @celinedion airs on Lorraine this Thursday! Set a reminder now! #CelineDion #DanWootton #exclusive

Nice Surprise from Celine Dion To Me

Today I received a photo with signature from Celine
Thank you very much, I am very pleased  💗💋😊🎶
#CelineDion #HappyTime #ThankYou #autograph #anicesurpriseforme
#Slovakia #Canada #LasVegas  💗💗💗

pondelok 17. apríla 2017

Celine Dion : "Stayin' Alive: A GRAMMY Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees" April 16,2017

I sing with love for Barry, and in memory of Robin, Maurice, and Andy, as well as for my beloved brother Daniel, and my husband, Rene,” Celine Dion 
In loving memory of Maurice and Robin Gibb, her brother and husband, @celinedion gives a touching performance of "IMMORTALITY" #GRAMMYSalute
So this is who I am,
And this is all I know,
And I must choose to live,
For all that I can give,
The spark that makes the power grow
And I will stand for my dream if I can,
Symbol of my faith in who I am,
But you are my only,
And I must follow on the road that lies ahead,
And I won’t let my heart control my head,
But you are my only
And we don’t say goodbye,
And I know what I’ve got to be
I make my journey through eternity
I keep the memory of you and me inside
Fulfill your destiny,
Is there within the child,
My storm will never end,
My fate is on the wind,
The king of hearts, the joker’s wild,
But we don’t say goodbye,
I’ll make them all remember me
Cos I have found a dream that must come true,
Every ounce of me must see it though,
But you are my only
I’m sorry I don’t have a role for love to play,
Hand over my heart I’ll find my way,
I will make them give to me
There is a vision and a fire in me
I keep the memory of you and me, inside
And we don’t say goodbye
We don’t say goodbye
With all my love for you
And what else we may do
We don’t say, goodbye
(Barry Gibb / Robin Gibb / Maurice Gibb)
Just two days after the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards, The Recording Academy, AEG Ehrlich Ventures, and CBS will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the landmark soundtrack to the film Saturday Night Fever by presenting "Stayin' Alive: A GRAMMY Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees". The live concert taping was held Tuesday, February 14 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and will be broadcasted on the CBS Television Network Sunday, April 16, 2017.