Happy birthday, Celine Dion! Read today's horoscopes for every starsign...
30 MARCH 2014
International singer-songwriter Celine Dion turns 46 today, and to help her celebrate HELLO! Online are taking a look at the Ariens horoscope…
In your emotional life now, it is getting harder to attain a sense of perspective. You can sense that something significant is starting to change, but you are not yet sure what this is or what it really means. Don't be anxious just because there is something you don't yet understand, and resist the temptation to make yourself feel better by pretending that you have all the answers. Just relax, live in the moment and trust. The change you seek is occurring naturally. Therefore you can lower your guard a little.
Find out what your horoscope is saying for you today.
Born in Canada in 1968, Celine rose to fame singing the title track to the 1991 Disney film Beauty and the Beast, which won a Grammy Award and the Academy Award for Best Song.
In the mid '90s Celine's powerful ballads which focused heavily on love and romance would help her to reach number one across the globe, including the US, the UK and Canada.
Her single “Think Twice", which remained at number-one in the UK for seven weeks, eventually became the fourth single by a female artist to sell in excess of one million copies in the UK.
In 1997 Celine sang the title track for the Oscar-winning phenomenon Titanic, which would garner the singer her second Oscar award for Best Song as well as a Golden Globe, and three Grammys, including the coveted Record of the Year.
By the late '90s Celine hit a career high, with her third album becoming her most commercially and critically successful album, and by 2004 the artist Dion had sales of more than 175 million albums worldwide, allowing her to receive the rare Chopard Diamond Award from the World Music Awards for her achievements.
Throughout 2003 and 2007 Celine became one of the first artists to perform a residency in Las Vegas, with over 3 million fans watching the show. In 2011 Celine announced her return to the Nevada desert with another three year residency.