Celine Dion Net Worth

Céline Marie Claudette Dion CC OQ is a French Canadian singer. Noted for her powerful and technically skilled vocals, Dion is the best-selling Canadian recording artist, and the best-selling French-language artist of all time. Her music has incorporated genres such as pop, rock, R&B, gospel, and classical music.

Celine Dion Net Worth
Celine Dion Net Worth

Celine Dion Biography

Name: Celine Dion
Salary: $58 Million +
Monthly Income: $4.5 Million +
Date of Birth: March 30, 1968
Gender: Female
Height: 1.71 M (5′ 7″)
Profession: Canadian Singer
Nationality: Canadian

Celine Dion Net Worth

The net worth of Celine Dion is estimated to be around $700 million as per Forbes’. Her major sources of income are from concert tours, residencies, and music records. The majority of her net worth has been earned from her Las Vegas Residency. For the residency, she was contracted for a term of 3 years for which she would receive a $100 million-plus 50% of the profits. Due to the popularity, the show continued for additional two years. Over 5 years, 717 shows were conducted. The gross revenue generated was $ 385 million.

Celine Dion Net Worth 2022

Celine Dion Net Worth: $700 Million
Date of Birth: 1968-03-30
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Profession: Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Composer
Nationality: Canada

Early Life

Céline Dion was born on the 20th of March, 1968, in Quebec, Canada. Dion is the youngest of 14 children. Her father Adhemar Dion was a butcher while her mother Therese Tanguay was a homemaker. Dion’s childhood, though spent in poverty, was generally happy one. Her family had always been musically inclined and her parents even ran a small piano bar called Le Vieux Baril. Naturally talented in music from an early age, she made her first public appearance in 1973 at the age of five, singing at her brother’s wedding.

Personal Life

Dion got engaged in 1991 to her manager, René Angélil, He was 26 years her senior. In 1994, the two wed at Montreal’s Notre Dame Basilica. In 2000, when Celine went on hiatus, she underwent in-vitro fertilization to try and conceive. She gave birth in January 2001 to a boy, Rene-Charles. In 2010, at age 42, the couple welcomed twin boys, Eddy and Nelson.

On January 14, 2016, Angélil died of throat cancer. His funeral was held in the same location where they got married. Two days after Angélil’s death, Celine’s brother 59-year-old brother Daniel also died from cancer. Dion has lent a hand to many charities worldwide. She’s been involved with the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation since 1982. She donated $1 million to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, and raised 1 million dollars in a fund-raising event for the victims of the 2004 Asian tsunami. In 2004, along with Angélil, she supported the Québec gay community by funding the publication of health and HIV prevention materials in Gay Globe Magazine.

Musical Influences and Style

Dion is often called one of the most influential voices in pop music. She has a classical style of singing and range, and has cited herself as a mezzo-soprano with a three-octave range. Her music has been influenced by genres ranging from R&B to gospel to rock and classical, often receiving mixed critical reaction. Celine names singers like Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, and Whitney Houston as influences on her vocal stylings. She has been cited as an inspiration and influence on many of today’s most popular singers, and has also collaborated with some of the most famous musicians in the world.


Here are some of the best highlights of Céline Dion’s career:

  • Unison (Album, 1990)
  • My Heart Will Go On (Song, 1997)
  • Grammy Awards (Record of the Year, 1999) – Won
  • I’m Alive (Song, 2002)


Dion began her career by competing in the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo, Japan, where she won the award for “Top Performer” as well as the gold medal for “Best Song”. Following this, her popularity began to spread to other parts of the world as well. Over the next few years, she participated in competitions all over the world in countries in Europe, Australia, and Asia, cementing her popularity as a teen sensation. After having sung only in French all this while, she learned English and released her English-language debut album, ‘Unison’ in 1990 in North America. In 1997, she brought out the album, ‘Let’s Talk About Love’ which included the romantic ballad, ‘My Heart Will Go On’, which also served as the love theme for the film ‘Titanic’, and went on to become Dion’s signature song.

She took a break from her musical career for a while to focus on her family. In 2002, she released the album, ‘A New Day Has Come’, after a gap of five years. The album received mostly positive reviews from critics. Dion performed her biggest hits in the show which was a combination of music, dance, and visual effects, choreographed by Mia Michaels and directed by Dragone.

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