Some of the biggest names in music have joined forces to celebrate healthcare workers in a globally televised concert. Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney and Billie Eilish were among more than artists who performed songs from their living rooms, due to the coronavirus lockdown. The eight-hour show also featured real-life stories from those on the front line of the fight against Covid Dedicating the show to first responders and medical staff, she said the participating musicians all wanted "to give back a little bit of the kindness that you've given us". She went on to play an upbeat version of Charlie Chaplin's Smile, adding: "We want to get to the other side of this pandemic and we know you do too. Paul McCartney joined the programme shortly after, calling health-care workers "the real heroes" of the crisis and remembering his mother Mary, who was a nurse during the Second World War. It began with a montage of people under lockdown applauding the efforts of healthcare workers around the world - from France, Spain, the UK, the US and elsewhere. Thank you for being there for us," read an on-screen caption. Proceeds generated from the concert will go to the Covid Solidarity Response Fund for the WHO, but Lady Gaga made clear the show was not a fundraising telethon and would focus on entertainment and messages of solidarity.
Written by Diane Warren, this emotional ballad was featured on Dion's album, Falling Into You , and it was the theme song for the movie Up Close and Personal. Warren's inspiration for the song was her dad. Dion opens her multiplatinum project Falling into You with this epic track. Its subject matter is a bit dark in tone, with Dion ruminating over a long lost love throughout the thunderous song. But in , Applebee's thought it was the perfect song to use in a commercial for their all-you-can-eat riblets and tenders.
‘The best is yet to come,’ says the Canadian chanteuse
At 22 years old, the Charlemagne, Que. Less than a decade later, in , she headed to Las Vegas where her theatrical, explosive concert residency transformed the city. Today, Dion is evolving again. The Canadian music icon sat down with q host Tom Power in Montreal to tell us more about this new chapter in her life. If I recall correctly, people thought that it was going to be very emotional for me, and that it was going to be really hard for me, but I knew what I was getting myself into probably the next day or a couple of days after that. Even though I am in Montreal right now where my roots are and this is really home. To make a long story short, I felt very strong. When I did the live show, even though there were a lot of butterflies, I did not want to cry. I love what I do and when I get embraced by the audience, I get taken by the emotions.
Known to be one of the best singers in the world, we bring you all the facts you need to know about Celine Dion. She celebrated her 52nd birthday in The youngest of 14 children, Celine joined her parents Adhemar and Therese Dion on the road when she was a baby. They formed a singing group called Dion's Family and toured Canada with the children and would later open a piano bar where Celine impressed customers with her singing voice when she was just at 5-years-old. Celine and Rene were married for 22 years after their wedding in and until his death and they had three children together. As of , Celine has been rumoured to be dating year-old Pepe Munoz, but this has yet to be confirmed by the singer. An incredible half of her wealth has been earned in Las Vegas alone. Celine has sold million albums during her 30 year career and is also a spokesperson for L'Oreal. The Voice. Whitney Houston.