Celine started her career when she was twelve her mother and her brother Michel Dondalinger Dion composed her first song called “It Was Only a Dream”. At the time they sent the song to a manager Rene Angelil for the first time he heard Dion’s voice immediately he wanted to compose another. Rene funded her first record called “The Voice of the Good”. By 1981 she was an instant star in Quebec, Canada. Celine gained international recognition in the 80’s winning the Yamaha World Popular Sing Festival and the Eurovision Song Contest. She signed with CBS Records Canada in 1986, and achieved many English albums as well as French.
She traveled to Tokyo, Japan and won “Top Performer” and “Best Song”. Dion also got other awards including “Best Female performer” and “Discovery of the Year”. “I Have So Much Love for You” was a huge hit in Canada selling 100,000 copies not including France. When she was eighteen Dion and Angelil saw the performance of Michael Jackson. After the performance Dion told her manager that she wanted to be a star become huge star like him. In 1989 she changed her image and stopped for several months while she when under dental surgery and to refresh her English.
During her tour in 1989 she injured her voice and had to consult an Othohinolaryngologist. Celine had two choices to either have surgery on the vocal cords or not talk for three weeks. Later Celine Dion chose to undergo with the procedure with William Riley. The operation was a success therefore her going back to singing. After Dion’s Surgery she began to learn English, for her future crossover to the English-language market. Celine was exclusively a Francophone artist at the age of eighteen.
March 26, 1990 Celine released her English debut in the Anglophone with Unison. Canadian David Foster the Producer helped establish many musicians which included Vito Luprano. What influenced the album was soft rock; it also hit all the right notes. She was influenced by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Queen, Elton John and many more. Celine Dion got Top Ten hit in the US with her third single “Where Does My Heart Beat Now.” In 1991 she got another Top Ten hit and winning an Oscar Award-winning song, “beauty and the beast,” that appeared on the Disney animated film in 1991.
The song won the Academy Award and Grammy Award. Other singles from the Unison that hit great success were “If You Asked Me To” and “Love Can Move Mountains.” In 1993 Celine Dion confessed her love that she had for her manager. She dedicated the album The “Colour of My Love” to show the world her love. Celine Dion and Rene Angelil wedded in December of 1994 on live Canadian television.
Celine’s album “Falling into You” reached number- one all over the world while becoming the farthest platinum selling album of her career. Two hundred thousand copies sold the first week of its release becoming a Diamond album. Celine Dion is most recognized by one of her singles called “My Heart Will Go On.” This song was the theme for the blockbuster film Titanic and became her signature song. It topped the charts and even spent ten weeks at number one and winning her four Grammy Awards.
In 1989 Celine did a cover for Cyndi Lauper on the song called “I Drove All Night”. Which it was the advertising song for Chrysler’s campaign. Celine tried to please her sponsors but cause mixed emotions and criticism. Bonita Stewart loved Celine because how she was taken by her appeal and how she uses different ethnic lines. Over all it was a success and appeared on the lenient reviews.
In 2002 Celine Dion announced that she will be...