The artist, the new global ambassador for L’Oréal Paris, has confessed that she does ballet four days a week. She does not follow diets and is fine
The former representatives of Céline Dion claim 441.5 million euros from the singer
During the famous Paris Fashion Week, Céline Dion (51) became the main protagonist.
In addition to her impeccable looks, she also because of her extreme thinness. A black dress and a low neckline showed the great weight loss that the artist had suffered.
Two months later, the singer speaks out again about her new look after being appointed as a global ambassador for L’Oréal Paris.
When asked for comments on Good Morning America about her appearance, Céline, 51, responded in surprise with: “Am I thin? It is true that I am a little thinner but everything is fine, nothing is wrong “.
The author of hits like The Power of Love attributes her weight loss to ballet, a discipline she practices four times a week with respected dancer Pepe Muñoz.
Only with this dance, she stays in shape, without doing any type of diet. “I just do what I like,” said the artist.
Many have attributed her excessive thinness to the death of her husband. Three years ago, the singer lost René Angélil after a long fight against throat cancer.
“You cannot stop living,” said the Canadian when she reflected on how to obtain the necessary strength, in those tragic moments.
Thanks to the support of her three children, René, Eddy, and Nelson, she has managed to overcome and move forward.
René was the singer’s music producer and manager from 1981 to 2014.
He was in charge of legally advising her career from the beginning. Both had a relationship of more than 20 years.
The singer has also revealed that she is in love again although it is unknown who or what occupies her heart.
“I’m in love,” she affirmed. “Love is not necessarily getting married again,” she added. “When I see a rainbow, when I see a sunset … a beautiful dance number, I laugh, I cry. I am in love.”
Recently, the artist has been involved in a new controversy. Her representative agency for her three decades, ICM Partners, threatened to sue her.
From ICM they assured that the singer refused to pay them the 500 million dollars, 441.5 million euros, which, according to them, she owes them and to what she had committed to in a contract signed a couple of years ago.
“Miss Dion refuses to pay the commissions that she owes to this agency,” ICM denounced in a statement, in which they added that “they have made many efforts to amicably resolve this matter.”