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With her first hit, La Voix de bon Dieu (“The Voice of the Good God”), Dion achieved stardom in her hometown of Quebec at the age of 13, making her a teenaged star in Canada. Her achievements began in 1981 when she was recognized by René Angélil, who would later become her husband, after her brother had sent her first song “It Was Only a Dream” to his office. At the age of, 12 Dion had gained a professional manager to aid her in her career. After a few years spent in vocal training and polishing her English, she began to pursue popularity in the United States. In 1990, she released her first American album, Unison, which gained instant popularity on the US charts. In 1993 Dion spiked the charts again with the single “Where Does My Heart Beat Now” on the album “The Colour of My Love” that sold 6 million copies in the United States, 2 million copies in Canada, and reached number-one status in many countries. With the quick achievement of her stardom in a diversity of countries, it became clear that she would become a world-wide phenomenon.
The album “Falling into You” would usher in the peak of her career, followed by its sequel, “Let’s Talk about Love,” which reached number-one status all over the world. The hit “My Heart Goes On”, on this album, won Dion the Academy Award and Golden Globe for best original song. The song also gained her “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance” and “Record of The Year”, further lamenting her career as a world-renown vocalist. With her colorful, and diverse career, Dion is often heralded as the “Queen of Pop” of the 90s, and was credited as having used her popularity to revitalize the entertainment scene in Las Vegas.
Dion has mentioned being influenced by Aretha Franklin, Charles Aznavour, Michael Jackson, Carole King, Anne Murray, Barbra Streisand, and the Bee Gees; and she has gained recognition within their ranks. Using her fame she has pursued a variety of business and philanthropic endeavors and has promoted the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and aided in a fundraising event for the 2004 Asian Tsunami, helping to raise $1 million for the cause.
Currently, Dion performs in Las Vegas and has resumed her career after spending a year off to tend to her husband, René Angélil, who has been ill with throat cancer. She currently performs at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace, where Elton John, Bette Midler, Rod Stewart, Cher, and Shania Twain have also followed suite. Dion’s presence in Las Vegas has increased local revenue within the area, creating new jobs and significant economic growth. Also, Dion’s popularity has been cited to rival Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra, who had also performed in the area prior to her career. Dion is now working to produce a French album that she had announced on social media in October of 2015.
Caesars Palace - Colosseum,
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