Who Won the 1999
Grammys Record Of The Year

Celine Dion

("My Heart Will Go On")

1998 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner
2000  Winner

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1999 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Celine Dion News

Celine Dion, Tim McGraw & More 'Go Purple' to Support LGBTQ Youth on Spirit Day

Billboard
Thursday (Oct. 19) is Spirit Day 2017, a day supporting LGBTQ youth. GLAAD's annual initiative inspires millions around the world to wear purple or 'go purple' online in a unified stand against bullying. Among them are Celine Dion, Tim McGraw, Sia and ...



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1999 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Celine Dion News

Shania Twain on Performing With Celine Dion & Mariah Carey at '98 ...

Entertainment Tonight
No one remembers April 14, 1998, when Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan and Shania Twain shared New York's Beacon Theatre ...

1999 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Celine Dion News

10 of the best Celine Dion songs

Telegraph.co.uk
Celine Dion was born in Quebec, Canada in 1968. The youngest of 14 children, she came from a close knit musical family, and she toured with her parents' singing group when she was still an infant. By the age of 12, Dion had collaborated with her mother ...

1999 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Celine Dion News

After Las Vegas Massacre, Performers Try to Put Entertainment in ...

Variety
Veteran Las Vegas entertainer Frank Marino, the self-dubbed “Queen of Las Vegas,” took a rare moment before his show last week to acknowledge the loss of ...

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