Celine Dion gave a rare television interview

Celine Dion is increasingly coming back to the forefront. To make her return a reality, she who was absent due to the stiff person syndrome which afflicts her, the Quebec singer granted an exclusive interview to the American journalist Hoda Kotb from the show Today.

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The 60 Minutes interview will air Tuesday, June 11, at 10 p.m., on NBC. A preview will be shared the same morning on the show Today.


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Meeting of host Oprah with Céline Dion and her son René-Charles Angélil during the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday February 4.

NBC News clarified that, in the interview, Celine Dion shares a candid look at the illness that deprived her of what she loves doing most in the world, singing on stage.

It will of course be about the documentary I am: Celine Dion which will be launched on June 25 on the Prime Video platform. We promise to show exclusive images during the interview. It was also this Thursday that Prime Video launched the trailer for I am: Celine Dion.

In recent months, Céline appeared at a Rolling Stones concert in Las Vegas, where she is based with her three sons, René-Charles, Eddy and Nelson. She also recently appeared on the front page of the magazine French Vogue, in addition to having presented an award to Taylor Swift – who ignored her! – at the Grammy Awards. She also visited the locker room of a few NHL clubs, including that of the Montreal Canadiens when they stopped in Las Vegas.

Additionally, four days before the documentary launch I am: Celine Dionan album bringing together 13 of his greatest hits and 7 instrumental pieces intended for the documentary will be released, in French and English versions.




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