About Céline Dion
From her humble roots as a French-language teenage pop singer to international superstardom, Canadian singer Celine Dion became a multi-platinum, Grammy-winning crossover success in the '90s after breaking into the English-language market with heartfelt ballads that shined a spotlight on her powerful and inimitable voice. In addition to winning first prize at the 1988 Eurovision song contest, Dion also scored multiple Grammy awards, including Album of the Year for 1996's Falling into You. Her award-winning contributions to film soundtracks helped expand her presence into the pop culture mainstream, most notably with songs like Beauty and the Beast from the 1991 Disney animated film and the blockbuster My Heart Will Go On from 1997's box office smash Titanic. Decades into her career, her status as a beloved pop icon was further cemented with a record-breaking Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace, making her one of the highest-grossing artists of all time and revitalising the tradition of Vegas residencies and the city itself.