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Celine Dion returns with three new songs and world tour

Titanic-famed singer Celine Dion returns with three new songs and has also started her Courage World Tour on Wednesday.

This upcoming tour will mark her first tour post the death of her husband cum manager Rene Angelil in 2016.

Celebrity singer has dropped the songs titled “Courage,” “Lying Down” and “Imperfections” from her upcoming album titled “Courage”. The new album is slated for  November 15. release.


This is her 12th English language CD and following her 2013 collection, “Loved Me Back to Life.”

She made an announcement in April that her new album ‘Courage’ and the tour will commence from Quebec City, Canada, with further performances in more than 50 other North American cities.

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While speaking up about her reason to choose Courage as her bounce back tour, Celine Dion said, “We all go through a lot of things in life.”

“Whether it’s losing someone, whether it’s a sickness, something we have to fight, something that life imposes on us. And I think I went through a lot. Life had given me the tools to find my inner strength, in a way, to find the courage to keep going,” she added.

She further opened up about her reason for following her “passion.”

“When I lost Rene, he wanted me back on stage. He wanted to make sure I was still practicing my passion, and I wanted to prove to him that I’m fine. We’re fine, we’re going to be OK. I got this,” she said, reported CNN.
Reportedly, her three children Rene-Charles and twins Nelson and Eddy will not be accompanying her on the tour.

Saman Siddiqui

I am a freelance journalist, holding a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and an MS in Peace and Conflict Studies, associated with the electronic media industry since 2006 in various capacities. Here at OyeYeah, I cover a range of genres, from journalism to fiction to fashion, including reviews, and fact findings. 

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