Celine Dion

Céline Dion, during the '90s, achieved fame after releasing several albums including Falling Into You (1996) and Let's Talk About Love (1997), both certified diamond in the United States, while D'eux (1995) became the best-selling French-language album of all time.

Dion also achieved international success with several singles such as The Power of Love, Think Twice, Because You Loved Me, My Heart Will Go On, sung for the film Titanic and whose authors of the text were awarded the Academy Award for best song.

In 1999 Dion announced a break from the scene both for the desire for motherhood and to stay close to her husband René Angélil during the treatment of pharyngeal cancer. In 2002 she returned to the glories of the star-system with a new album, A New Day Has Come and with a residency show, A New Day ..., held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas between 2003 and 2007.

Her music has been influenced by genres ranging from rock to R & B, from gospel to classical music. She sings mainly in French and English, but she has also performed songs in Japanese, Italian, Latin, Neapolitan, Spanish, German and Mandarin. While her records have often received mixed reviews from critics, she is considered one of pop music's most influential singers and was among the top-selling female artists in the United States during the Nielsen SoundScan era.

In 2003 she was awarded by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for having sold over 50 million copies in Europe and in 2016, during the Billboards Music Award ceremony, she was recognized with the Icon Award, remaining the artist Canadian musical with the highest sales, approximately 200 million copies worldwide.

According to Forbes, in 2019, Celine Dion was the third richest female music artist in the world with an estimated net worth of $450 million.