Celine Dion’s tragic story is even sadder

CELINE Dion has always been an icon. At school in the 1990s, she cemented her place in our teenage hearts with (of course) My Heart Will Go On, the standout track from the tear-jerking blockbuster Titanic (admittedly) I’ve seen it three times at the cinema. Yes, that’s almost like 10 hours in my life that I’ll never get back.)

vividly remembers a school picnic and sings the lyrics – “every night in my dream I see you, I feel youuuuu….that’s how I know you go onnnnn” out the door notebook with my classmates, and I like to think it’s the tune (although I know that deep down I definitely don’t). However, Dion move us – all of us. Even the 15-year-old boys we dragged to the movie theater had to surreptitiously wipe away her tears when she began to lament.

https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/celine-dions-tragic-story-has-taken-an-even-sadder-turn-42213356.html Celine Dion’s tragic story is even sadder

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