After her sixth in-vitro fertilization, Céline Dion is pregnant with twins, People reports.
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We Are The World
Executive producers Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie unveiled the official video for "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" as part of NBC's broadcast of the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony Friday.
Featuring more than 70 performers, including Celine Dion, Kanye West and Miley Cyrus, the remake marks the 25th anniversary of...
Contrary to the announcement made by Celine Dion's rep in August that the Canadian singer was pregnant with her second child, Dion's husband, Rene Angelil said she was not.
Angelil told Canadian newspaper Journal de Montreal that the couple believed that the in vitro fertilization treatment Dion, 41, underwent was ...
Celine Dion is pregnant with her second child, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
"Yes, she is pregnant. I have no other details. This is ...
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Her Vegas show may have come to a close, but that doesnt mean Celines insanely amazing vocal talents wont be appeasing the masses anymore. In a recent performance in L.A., Dion belted out her countless hits on stage, even trying something new by throwing in two duets with Josh Groban (who recently performed with Andrea Bocelli at the Grammys) and the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am. That should make for an interesting new sound. Watch it now! | More online videos
Céline Dion, That's Just the Woman in Me
Céline Dion is bidding Vegas farewell and setting out on a yearlong world tour — kicked off by a star-studded concert, Céline Dion: That's Just the Woman in Me (tonight at 9 pm/ET, CBS). We caught up with the star to discuss where her career goes from here.
TV Guide: Are you trying to convey something specific about yourself by naming the new album Taking Chances and your CBS concert Céline Dion: That's Just the Woman in Me?Celine Dion: Yes. Maturity, stability, strength. Comfort zone. The best is yet to come. I enjoy singing much more now than I ever did before because I don't need to do it — I want to do it. I don't need to prove anything. I'm not thinking of technique. I'm taking chances and trying different sounds.
TV Guide: During the concert, you tap into your h
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In case you've been wondering when you were going to get to hear "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" performed live, this story is for you! Cher will be taking over for Celine Dion at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, according to the AP. She'll share an alternating headlining spot with Elton John and Bette Midler. "I started in Vegas at Caesars, so I've come full circle," she said. "I'm back, and I plan to give my fans the best experience yet. I think everybody knows I only do things in a big way." The flamboyant star, who has won Oscar, Emmy and Grammy awards and has sold more than 100 million albums, will perform 200 shows over her three-year engagement starting on May 6. (And yes, Bob Mackie is designing the costumes.) Mickey O'Connor
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Recording behemoths Garth Brooks and Celine Dion will perform in one-hour CBS specials airing Friday, Jan. 25, and Friday, Feb. 15, respectively.The first of the specials (both of which air at 9 pm/ET), Garth Brooks: Live in LA!, will be telecast from his live show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Variety reports. All proceeds from his concerts will be donated to the Southern California 2008 Fire Intervention Relief Effort, to which TV viewers will be able to call in donations.Celine Dion: That's Just the Woman in Me was taped Jan. 12 in front of a live audience at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre, and included a mix of greatest hits as well as songs from Dion's most recent album, The Prayer. In her first concert since ending her five-year Vegas run, Dion will be joined by artists such as Josh Groban and Black Eyed Pea will.i.am, who, we know, will appreciate Celine's lovely lady lungs.While concert specials have not been the highest ratings-reapers in recent months, these two show...
Julianne Hough and Helio Castroneves, Dancing with the Stars
One of the greatest singers in the world says she wants to dance. On the show. As a contestant. Céline Dion, backstage at Dancing with the Stars Monday night, had just pretaped two songs for the show's finale next week. One of them will be her signature ballad, "My Heart Will Go On," from Titanic.
"I hope they invite me again," says Dion. "I want to dance. For me, it's not about a contest. It's about having the privilege to share the dancing floor with the most amazing, talented people, and to share music. It's not about winning. It's about dancing as many times as possible."
Who is she dreaming about as a possible partner? Maks? Tony? Jonathan? "I want all of them," she says slyly.
Dion says she's not kidding. Six of the show's professionals danced in front of her as she sang — including Tony
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In-demand Time Out New York On Demand personality Lauren Scala can be spied on tonight's episode of 30 Rock, during a scene where Liz and Jack each have dates at an art gallery. "Watching Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin run lines was an amazing experience," Scala shares. "They are unbelievably talented and at times it was hard not to laugh or stare as they took an awkward situation and made it more awkward".... E! premieres Season 4 of The Girls Next Door on Dec. 3.... Celine Dion's assault on ABC Daytime continues. After guesting on the Nov. 23 All My Children, she will appear on The View Nov. 23.... Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth is the latest pick of Oprah Winfrey's book club. And poor Dean Koontz still waits.