Grammy award winning Canadian singer, Céline Dion, recently went through extreme facial fixes that has her looking like a totally different person.
The 50-year-old iconic musician underwent the makeovers in an attempt to turn a new page in her life since her husband and manager of 21 years, Rene Angelil, died of cancer in 2016 at age 73. “She totally lost her look and is unrecognizable’ said a source.
According to The Insider, last year the aging songbird admitted she was open to facial fixes, saying: “I’m still looking through the magazines to find the miracle things I can inject in myself.” but her representative insisted she has not had new dental work, a nose job or Botox and looks the same as always. A Boston plastic surgeon Dr Dave David noted “changes are so drastic”, and claimed he “wouldn’t recognize her” if he saw her, also stating “she got rid of her gummy smile, her teeth look better”. He also said ” The shape of her eyebrow looks like there was Botox there. Before she had a fat, rounded face, now she has a chiselled chin. she looks like a completely different person.”
The Quebec-born songbird has notched up worldwide sales of 110 million, plus another 30 million just for the Titanic soundtrack. My Heart Will Go On, a song James Cameron nearly jettisoned from the film, is the most played radio hit in history, according to Billboard magazine.Celine, born March 30, 1968, began her career at the age of 12. The youngest of 14 musical brothers and sisters, she recorded a three-song demo and sent it off to record producer Rene Angélil, whom her brother Michel had met a few times. After two weeks of waiting by the telephone Mum Therese had stationed her brood in shifts round the clock waiting for his call Michel began pestering the music magnate.
With Rene finally on the line, Celine’s brother said: “I know you haven’t listened to the demo. ‘Cause if you had, you’d have already called us.” Ten minutes after the conversation ended, Rene called back and Celine’s been working ever since.Her debut album, La Voix de Bon Dieu, was recorded in 1981, but her first English language effort didn’t appear until nine years later. She made her name with a series of ballads for films including Beauty and the Beast and Sleepless in Seattle. However, after many failed IVF treatments, that wish was granted twice over with the arrival of twin boys in October 2010. “This is the greatest thing that could’ve happened to us,” said the proud 68-year-old dad. “I hope to provide to them all of the love that I can for as long as I can.”
Celine’s My Heart Will Go On propelled the soundtrack to worldwide sales of nearly 30 million, unheard of for a mostly instrumental album. For six weeks she sank the competition, anchoring the number one and two spots on the Billboard charts with Titanic and Let’s Talk About Love.Financially all was plain sailing – her 1998 tour grossed $35 million dollars, with which she could buy several Heart of the Ocean pendants, as well as her own cruise ship – but she had little reason to sing at home. In April 1999, Rene was diagnosed with skin cancer and a long planned retreat from the spotlight suddenly became a priority; he was given a clean bill of health in June of the following year.
During Celine’s time-out from the music scene the couple had been trying desperately for a baby, and in June 2000 their prayers were answered when the couple learned that Celine was pregnant. She gave birth to a baby boy, René Charles, on January 25, 2001. Married in 1994, the two renewed their vows in a glitzy ceremony at a Las Vegas casino in January 2000 A further struggle to conceive again ensued, however, and the mum-of-one was open and honest when it came to her desires to have another child.