Céline Marie Claudette Dion CC OQ (/ seɪˌliːn diˈɒn/ say-LEEN dee-ON; [lower-alpha 1] amụrụ 30 Maachị 1968)  bụ onye ọbụ abụ Canada. Akpọrọ ya dị ka "Queen of Power Ballads",   bụ onye ama ama maka ụda olu ya siri ike na nka nka. Egwu ya ewepụtala ụdị dị ka pop, rock, R&B, gospel, na egwu oge gboo. Ihe ndekọ ya abụwo n'asụsụ Bekee na French, n'agbanyeghị na ọ bụrụkwa abụ n'asụsụ Spanish, Italian, German, Latin, Japanese na Chinese.
.Amụrụ na nnukwu ezinụlọ na Charlemagne, Quebec, onye njikwa ya na di ya bụ René Angélil chọtara Dion, wee pụta dị ka kpakpando nọ n'afọ iri na ụma n'obodo ya nwere ọtụtụ ọba akwụkwọ French n'oge 1980s. O nwetara nkwado mba ofesi site na imeri asọmpi egwu egwu egwu Eurovision 1988, ebe o jiri "Ne partez pas sans moi" nọchitere Switzerland. Ndekọ asụsụ Bekee mpụta mbụ ya, Unison (1990), guzobere ya ka ọ bụrụ onye na-ese ihe na-ewu ewu na North America na ọtụtụ ahịa na-asụ Bekee, ebe Agba nke Lovehụnanya m (1993) nyere ya ikike ịma mma zuru ụwa ọnụ. Dion gara n'ihu na ihe ịga nke ọma ya n'ime 1990s yana ọtụtụ ọba Bekee kachasị mma na akụkọ ihe mere eme, dị ka Falling n'ime Gị (1996) na Ka Anyị Kwuo Banyere Ịhụnanya (1997), bụ ndị nwere akara diamond na US nwere ihe karịrị nde 30 ahịa n'ụwa niile. nke ọ bụla. Ọ wepụtakwara usoro ọnụọgụ mba ụwa-otu, gụnyere "Ike nke ịhụnanya", "Chee echiche ugboro abụọ", "N'ihi na ị hụrụ m n'anya", "Ọ na-abịakwute m ugbu a", "Abụ m mmụọ ozi gị", "Nke ahụ bụ Uzo Ọ Dị", "Adị M Ndụ" na egwu mbinye aka ya "Obi M Ga-aga n'ihu", isiokwu maka ihe nkiri 1997 Titanic, bụ nke mere ka ewu ewu ya sie ike.
From an early age, she had dreamed of being a performer. In a 1994 interview with People, she recalled, "I missed my family and my home, but I don't regret having lost my adolescence. I had one dream: I wanted to be a singer." As a child in Quebec, Dion participated in Girl Guide programs as a member of Girl Guides of Canada.
At age 12, she collaborated with her mother and her brother Jacques to write and compose her first song, "Ce n'était qu'un rêve", whose title translates as "It Was Only a Dream" or "Nothing But A Dream". Michel sent the recording to music manager René Angélil, whose name he discovered on the back of a Ginette Reno album. Angélil was moved to tears by Dion's voice and decided to make her a star. In 1981, he mortgaged his home to fund her first record, La voix du bon Dieu, which later became a local No. 1 hit and made her an instant star in Quebec. Her popularity spread to other parts of the world when she competed in the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo and won the musician's award for "Top Performer" as well as the gold medal for "Best Song" with "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi".
By 1983, in addition to becoming the first Canadian artist to receive a gold record in France for the single "D'amour ou d'amitié" ("Of Love or of Friendship"), Dion had also won several Félix Awards, including "Best Female performer" and "Discovery of the Year". Further success came when she represented Switzerland in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Ne partez pas sans moi" and won the contest by a close margin in Dublin.
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