Celine Dion

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.
She is the youngest of 14 brothers and sisters.
Renewed wedding vows with husband René Angelil at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 5, 2000.
She is the mother, with René Angelil, of a son, René Charles Angelil (born on 25 January 2001).
Celine is 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 million for this deal.
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.
Americans consider her 1987 Tonight Show appearance where Leno filled in for Carson and her black-and-white video remix of Michael Jackson's "Bad" her best, early English-speaking performances.
Is 3 months younger than her stepson.
Is related to Madonna through a common ancestor.
One of her nieces died in her arms.