- Breakthrough: Dion gained international attention in the 1980s when she won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1988 representing Switzerland with the song “Ne partez pas sans moi.” This victory marked a turning point in her career, and she began to receive offers from major record labels.
- International Stardom: In the early 1990s, Celine Dion’s career reached new heights with her English-language debut album, “Unison” (1990), and the release of the song “The Power of Love.” Her albums “Falling into You” (1996) and “Let’s Talk About Love” (1997) solidified her status as a global superstar.
- Titanic and “My Heart Will Go On”: Celine Dion achieved unparalleled success with her contribution to the soundtrack of the 1997 film “Titanic.” Her song “My Heart Will Go On” became an iconic hit and won numerous awards, including an Academy Award and several Grammy Awards.
- Las Vegas Residency: Celine Dion’s long-running Las Vegas residency, titled “A New Day…” (2003-2007) and later “Celine” (2011-2019), further solidified her status as a Las Vegas entertainment icon. These residencies were among the most successful in history.
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