Céline Dion Reveals Her All-Time Favorite Grammy Awards Moment — from 24 Years Ago!
"Glamorous, sexy, feminine, in charge, powerful," Dion told the People/Entertainment Weekly Network of how she was feeling going into the evening
Céline Dion has attended countless award shows over the years, but that doesn’t mean the shine ever wears off.
Speaking to the People/Entertainment Weekly Network at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, the star opened up about how she was feeling going into the evening.
“Glamorous, sexy, feminine, in charge, powerful, in love with my husband still, my children waiting for me at home,” she gushed. “Sky’s the limit!”
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And while Dion, 48, said “pretty much all” of her award show memories over the years have been amazing, there’s one in particular that stands out: Winning the 1993 Grammy award for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal for her “Beauty and the Beast” duet with Peabo Bryson, the soundtrack to the 1991 Disney animated film.
“That was a big, big moment,” she admitted.