Celine Dion

Rising from humble beginnings in the small town of Charlemagne, Quebec, Celine Dion became one of the biggest international stars in pop music history, selling more than 200 million albums worldwide. The youngest in Adhemar and Therese Dion's family of 14 children, Dion grew up in an environment full of the inherent chaos and material austerity.

One of the hardest-working stars in show business, Celine Dion continues to record and perform on a schedule that would kill most people. She recorded six albums between 1992 and 1996, when her album Falling Into You, which won both the Grammy for Album of the Year and Best Pop Album.

Celine Dion's longest tenure on the pop charts came when she recorded "My Heart Will Go On," the theme song for the blockbuster movie Titanic. In 2004, after selling over 175 million albums worldwide, she was presented with the Chopard Diamond Award for the world's best-selling female artist of all time. In April 2007 Sony BMG announced that Celine Dion had sold more than 200 million albums worldwide.