- In 1998 she was honored by two governments in two days: on April 30 her home province awarded her the Ordre national du Québec, and on May 1 she became an Officer of the Order of Canada.
- Her husband is her manager.
- Youngest of 14 brothers and sisters.
- Renewed wedding vows with husband René Angelil at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. [5 January 2000]
- Mother, with René Angelil, of a son, René Charles Angelil (b. 25 January 2001).
- Because of her "sharp-looking" smile, Celine was known as "Vampire Queen" in high school.
- She and her siblings sit on the board of Fondation Achille-Tanguay, an organization/clearinghouse founded by her mother which helps poor Québec families toward self-sufficiency.
- Appeared at the benefit concert "A Tribute To Heroes" singing the song "God Bless America" in dedication to the families, friends, victims, & heroes of the World Trade Center tragedy. [September 2001]
- She first met her future husband René Angelil when she was 12 and he was 38.
- She is three months younger than her step-son, Patrick Angélil.
- She has her own magazine, Celine Dion Magazine.
- She endorses a line of eyewear sold in Canada and Europe.
- Her son's baptism on 25 July 2001 was broadcast live throughout Canada.
- February 23, 2001: awarded the rights to the Internet domain name www.celinedion.com by the UN World Intellectual Property Organization from "cybersquatter" Jeff Burgar. Burgar had also registered www.juliebrown.com and www.brucespringsteen.com, which were transferred to Julie Brown and Bruce Springsteen, respectively, that day.
- Celine's eighth English-language album "A New Day Has Come" is released. [26 March 2002]
- She has homes in Las Vegas and Montreal, Canada
- She loves to play golf
- She has over 500 pairs of shoes
- Building a home in Las Vegas, Nevada where in March of 2003, she will begin giving 200 performances a year for 3 years in a special theater built for her by Caesars Palace; she will be paid $100 millon for this deal.
- Her husband René Angelil is of Syrian descent, just as her paternal grandmother was.
- Husband mortgaged his house to fund Celine's first album when she was an unknown 12-year-old.
- She received a star on the Canadian Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (June 25, 2003).
- "Because You Loved Me" was nominated for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
- Estimated in 2006 to have sold 220 million albums during her career.
- Has her own brand of perfume called "Celine Dion: Parfum"
- Her lucky charm is a 1968 Canadian nickel because she found one in Japan before she went on stage to sing at the Yamaha song contest, which she won.
- Dion and Madonna share the same French-Canadian heritage through a common ancestor: Zacharie Cloutier.
- She won the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin, Ireland, in 1988 for Switzerland, with the song "Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi" (don't leave without me). The TV broadcast of the contest was watched by 600 million viewers throughout Europe and the Middle-East.
- Born on the same day as former "Baywatch" (1989) star Donna D'Errico.
- Was in talks to star alongside Julia Roberts and Richard Gere in Runaway Bride (1999).
- Her niece Karine died in her arms.
- She own the Golf Club called Le Versant in Terrebonne, near Montreal.
- She sing frequently in English and in French, but she had also sang in Spanish, German and Japanese.
- When her dad died in June 2004, she performed the same night and dedicated the show to her dad.
- Got a Guiness record for the most selling French speaking album of all time for D'eux (English release title: "The French album") with over 6.4 million. She was also number one in England with this album.
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