From A Celine Dion Impersonator To A Former Porn Star, 5 Breakout Actors & Filmmakers From Cannes 2021 | British Vogue
Every year, the Cannes Film Festival screens some of the buzziest, most provocative works of art from across the globe. While last year’s virtual-only edition somewhat hindered the excitement, this year’s return to in-person festivities gave rise to a slew of breakout stars.
In spite of it all, there is Cannes. As the festival draws to a close, Vogue rounds up all of the highs and lows from the Croisette so far. Celine Dion brought down the house Or, more specifically, Valérie Lemercier as the Celine Dion-inspired character Aline Dieu did.
On March 9, 2022, iconic songstress Celine Dion will finally be near rather than far. This is the date that the Grammy-winning voice behind “My Heart Will Go On” (and a litany of other timeless classics) will appear at Ball Arena after rescheduling her “Courage World Tour” multiple times during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The singer has three sons with her late husband Celine Dion shared some joyous news with fans on Instagram stories and her appearance in the celebratory post was nothing short of stunning. The My Heart Will Go On hitmaker announced a major musical milestone with a heartfelt social media post.
Musical biopics have become major awards bait thanks to the success of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, so it was only a matter of time before Celine Dion’s life was given the silver screen treatment. Although, nobody was expecting it to involve a 57-year-old playing a five-year-old girl.
NEW YORK - Celine Dion fans will have to wait until next year to see the Quebec powerhouse on her Courage world tour. The singer announced Thursday she was rescheduling the 19 remaining North American dates of her tour — including four Canadian stops — due to varying COVID-19 restrictions in each city.
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Pick of the day: Canadian Hits At The BBC Friday No doubt much to the chagrin of both Canadians and Americans, it’s not always that easy to differentiate between the two from this side of the pond – especially when it comes to musicians. On the nearest Friday to Canada Day (1 July), this archive collection of BBC archive footage of Canadian pop and rocks stars might throw up a few surprises for British viewers (personally I assumed Joni Mitchell was Californian), while Leonard Cohen, Celine Dion and Justin Bieber are well known to be Canadian.
Celine Dion is a pop music legend. The Grammy winner is also an icon in her native Canada. However, this week she found herself in a feud between her home country and its southern neighbor (the United States). It was over hockey, of course.
A giant new Las Vegas casino opening Thursday is betting that receding fears of Covid-19 will bring a strong recovery in the international gambling hub. The venue, Resorts World Las Vegas, will have 3,500 hotel rooms and house a 5,000-seat theater where stars like Celine Dion and Katy Perry are scheduled to perform in the coming months.
Not to cross over too deeply back into horoscope territory, but there is a significant full moon this week. So if your vibes feel something, this is an extremely vibey week in an astrological sense. But you are here to find out what vibes are for the NHL teams, and here we have the Lightning and Canadiens a mere win away from the Stanley Cup Final.
The star posted an eye-catching picture Celine Dion is a bona fide gay icon with many LGBTQ+ fans, and the singer paid tribute to her fanbase with a beautiful message on Instagram. In the must-see photo, the Drove All Night singer posted six of her incredibly fashionable looks so she perfectly resembled a rainbow.
What a difference 40 years makes! Celine Dion took a walk down memory lane on Friday when she shared the most amazing photo of herself from four decades ago. The celebrated singer, 53, stunned her fans when she posted a photo of her very first single - and she looked so angelic.
'It all started 40 years ago today': Celine Dion celebrates anniversary of her first single with sweet flashback album cover
She is known for her long-running musical career and numerous hit tracks, including 1997's chart-topping song My Heart Will Go On. And on Friday, Celine Dion celebrated the 40th anniversary of her first single's release by sharing an image of the cover art to her Instagram account for her nearly five million followers to see.
Hello, dedicated readers of The Inquirer Morning Newsletter. Hope you enjoyed the scorching hot weekend. While “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” by Celine Dion was not blaring everywhere for the post-pandemic bacchanal life that Wrigley’s commercial imagined, things feel different around here.
TORONTO - Even without a red carpet, the Juno Awards found ways to march generations of Canadian stars through their 50th anniversary celebration on Sunday night. From Shania Twain and Celine Dion to Kaytranada and Justin Bieber, many of the country’s most successful acts paid tribute to Canada’s biggest night in music from a distance, though one of the glaring absences also happened to be the biggest winner.
In the tradition of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, she’s getting her very own biopic… even though it’s not using her actual name. The film follows the rise of a Canadian singing sensation named Aline Dieu, played by French actress Valerie Lemercier — who does bear an undeniable resemblance to the inimitable Dion.
Meet Aline! Celine Dion's fans left baffled after unauthorized biopic uses different name while charting her epic rise to fame
In the tradition of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, she’s getting her very own biopic… even though it’s not using her actual name. Nevertheless, a trailer for a film based on Celine Dion‘s life is getting new traction, since the movie, titled Aline, will be part of the upcoming out-of-competition lineup at this summer‘s delayed Cannes Film Festival.
Grief can be such a difficult thing for people to put into words, but author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie just did it beautifully. Everybody has to face grief at some point in their life, but the pandemic has meant that it’s become something prevalent that we’re collectively dealing with.
Peter Rosalita, a Filipino citizen who was born in the United Arab Emirates, showed off his range on the season 16 premiere of America's Got Talent on NBC Dressed in a three-piece white suit, he belted out the lyrics to the 1975 song by Eric Carmen, which was famously covered by Celine Dion in 1996