Celine Dion Net Worth 2016

Celine Marie Claudette Dion Net Worth

Real Name: Celine Marie Claudette Dion
Date of Birth: 03/30/1968
Place of Birth: Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada

2019 Net Worth: $800 Million
2018 Earnings: $58 Million

Profession: Singer

Celine Dion Biography

Celine Dion was born in Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada, and began singing at the tender age of 5. By the time she was a teenager she was already a popular singing star in Japan and Europe. Dion has made herself a concert sell-out singing superstar in America by singing emotional love songs such as “My Heart Will Go On’, the theme song from movie Titanic. She is a well-loved and popular singing star in Las Vegas where she had a 5 year engagement at Cesar’s Palace, selling out almost every 90 minute performance.

Oscar winning Dion made her fortune with her voice but she also owns a franchise restaurant chain called Nickel Restaurant. Dion may sing for her living but her passion appears to be golf, along with a flamboyant lifestyle. Dion owns a multi-million dollar beach front mansion in Jupiter Island, Florida, which has its own water park, along with her own golf course, which costs her $4 million per year to operate. This house is estimated to be worth about $20 million. Dion, along with her husband and two children, also own a French chateau on her own private island in Quebec. Dion has an estate in Paris as well, in the very private and prestigious Montmorency area. Dion bought this estate in 2008 for $58 million.

Dion has been hit hard personally in 2016. Her “one and only love”, husband Rene, passed away after a long battle with throat cancer January 14,2016. Just two days later, Dion’s brother Daniel, also died from throat and brain cancer.

Dion’s melodic voice has made her one of the most respected, as well as one of the richest, singers in the world with a net worth, as of June of 2015, is $800 million. With her recent re-signing of a $100 million contract at Cesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, her earnings and net worth is sure to increase.

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