Before the glitz and glamour of this year's Eurovision grand final on 13 May, it seems fitting to look back at the competition that first began in 1956 and the most memorable moments of the past 67 years.
Cher was finally awarded her much deserved Icon Award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards last night and as well as delivering an epic acceptance speech, she blew us away with an age-defying performance of her hits ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ and ‘Believe’, making everyone forget that she is, in fact, an incredible 71 years old. The singer stormed the stage in Las Vegas on May 21 in what was her first awards show performance in over 15 years and donned her famous black curly wig and leather jacket to sing her 80s hit, before switching to a diamond bikini and bleached locks for her 90s banger. Unlike Madonna’s cringe-inducing performances when she dresses in barely there outfits, Cher had everyone’s support and the crowd were on their feet as she stunned them with energetic dance routines and a note perfect recital.
Insisting that she still has a lot of love in her life, Celine added: “I love. The pair – who first met when Celine was just 12 years old, but had a professional relationship until 1987, when they started dating – married in 1994 and had three children together, Rene-Charles 15, and five-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy. Understandably after more than 20 years of marriage, Celine struggled to watch her husband suffer in the months leading to his death, and has since taken comfort knowing that he is no longer in pain.
Céline Dion sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and told her how the movie "Up" helped her to explain her husband's passing to her 5-year-old twin boys.
Pop icon Céline Dion sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and spoke about why she'll always sing her greatest hits and what they mean to her fans.
Pop icon Céline Dion sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and spoke about life after losing her manager and husband of 21 years, René Angelil, and whether or not she could see herself falling in love again.
Pop icon Céline Dion sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and told her about her biggest career hit "My Heart Will Go On," including that she almost didn't record the song and the real reason her voice sounds the way it does.
Pop icon Céline Dion sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric to talk about dealing with loss and moving forward with her children. She also discussed her greatest hits, her new French album, her upcoming English album, and her deep bond with her fans.
Céline Dion performed at the 5th annual Stand Up To Cancer telecast on Sept. 9 in Los Angeles. She spoke with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about her new song “Recovering,” which was written by the singer-songwriter, P!nk. Watch Katie Couric's full interview with Céline Dion on Sept. 16.
Celine Dion has been bravely opening up about her husband René Angélil’s tragic death earlier this year, with the star breaking down at Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards as she paid tribute to the 73-year-old. Now Celine has admitted that the music producer was found on the floor by his “distraught nurse” and he sadly did not die in his wife’s arms, as he’d wished.
Last night’s Billboard Music Awards marked Celine Dion’s first televised performance since her husband René Angélil and brother Daniel passed away in January, and the emotional star broke down in tears when her fifteen-year-old son, René-Charles, surprised her on stage with the Icon Award at the Las Vegas ceremony. Continuing to the crowd, Celine shared: “Thank you very much. My mum who wrote my first song, my children, Rene Charles.
Celine Dion has been bravely opening up about her husband René Angélil’s death in a series of interviews this week. Admitting that she used the popular Disney film ‘Up’ to help her youngest children understand that their father had passed away, Celine shared: “Before I told them that their dad was not there, I talked about when we, everybody, gets sick.
Celine Dion has bravely given her first in-depth onscreen interview since her husband René Angélil’s tragic death in January. Marie-Claude went on to praise the 48-year-old singer for her “unexpected strength” following their chat, explaining: “I expected to encounter a weakened Celine and I met a woman of unexpected strength. Celine has previously only publicly spoken about her husband’s passing when she returned t the stage in February, emotionally telling the crowd on her first night back: “Through my life I only had eyes for my husband, who sat out here night after night.
Last night Celine Dion returned to her Las Vegas residency for the first time since her husband René Angélil passed away last month following a battle with throat cancer. The singing sensation vowed that she’d have as little time off as possible as she knew that he’d have wanted her to keep going, and paid emotional tribute to René before kickstarting her show last night. Speaking to the crowd at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Celine shared: “Through my life I only had eyes for my husband, who sat out here night after night.
Celine Dion will return to her Las Vegas residency show tonight (23rd February), for the first time since her husband René Angélil sadly passed away following a battle with throat cancer last month. Celine is reportedly planning to start tonight’s show with a ten-minute tribute to her late husband. Celine took a break from her residency at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace Hotel in Vegas last year when René’s condition worsened, but she returned to the stage again last August.
Celine Dion returned to her Las Vegas residency to honour her late husband René Angélil, and it was understandably an incredibly emotional night. The singer made an appearance at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace to remember René following his tragic death last month following a long battle with throat cancer. Speaking to the crowd, Celine shared: “This is my home away from home.
It has been reported that Celine Dion decided not to attend her brother Daniel’s funeral yesterday because she is too grief-stricken. The star attended a memorial service for Daniel on Saturday, one day after her husband René Angélli’s funeral, but opted out of the final service at St-Simon-et-Jude parish in Charlemagne, Québec, where the family were raised. It is thought that Celine felt that she could not continue with two more days of public mourning.
It has been a week of heartbreaking goodbyes for Celine Dion. Just one day after attending her late husband’s funeral, the singer mourned her brother, Daniel Dion, during a private memorial service with her family. Daniel died at age 59, two days after Celine’s husband, René Angélil, 73, passed away.