"Most of the world isn't aware that Brazil is an incredibly dangerous place for the LGBTI+ community," says pop singer Yann.
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The EDM DJ and producer Steve Aoki is mostly known for riotous dance parties where he throws cake everywhere and where people sometimes get badly injured. But for the past few years, he's been working an edit of Célion Dion's universe-conquering 1997 ballad "My Heart Will Go On" into his DJ sets. And earlier this…
Here's Celine Dion singing "My Heart Will Go On" one more time, but this time it's got a sick beat that got Celine up and dancing like you've never seen before. The beat is courtesy of Steve Aoki, who joined Celine onstage for a Las Vegas benefit…
Cirque du Soleil. Siegfried and Roy. Frank Sinatra. Celine Dion. Britney Spears. And now—finally—joining the ranks of famous attractions on the Las Vegas strip are, yes, driverless shuttle buses. Alongside the American Automobile...Show More Summary
How quaint. Celine Dion slayed this Halloween in the fiercest Maleficent costume. Read more...
Celebrity stylist Law Roach (who works with clients Zendaya, Celine Dion, and Ariana Grande to name a few), really went all out for Halloween. The fashion mastermind put together an intricate yellow ensemble just like Rihanna's famous Guo Pei Met Gala gown, which she wore in 2015 in honor of the designer being celebrated at the exhibit. Show More Summary
The pop superstar shared an adorable photo with her youngest sons, Eddy and Nelson, taken at their Michael Jackson-themed birthday bash.
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Shania Twain headlined the inaugural VH1 Divas Live back in 1998 alongside Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Celine Dion and Gloria Estefan. And if she could do it again, she’d invite Rihanna and Taylor Swift! The Canadian superstar, who just debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with her new record Now, revealed her dream [...]
Heading into the release of Gran Turismo Sport - which is next week! - I was a little concerned that some of the series' trademark eccentricity might be lost as part of Polyphony Digital's new streamlined approach. How very wrong I was. Show More Summary
The megastar opened her show in Las Vegas with an emotional tribute to the victims of the Route 91 Festival shooting.
Celine Dion opened her Tuesday show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace with a message to the victims and families of the Las Vegas shooting. (Oct. 5)
Céline Dion is paying her respects to the victims and families of Sunday’s Las Vegas shooting, which left 59 people dead and 527 concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest Festival injured
Celine Dion vowed to donate all of the proceeds from her Las Vegas concert to victims of the city's deadly Sunday shooting.
The singer has made a home in Las Vegas since establishing two long-running residencies in the city.
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