Published on March 27, 2023 at 8:32 p.m.
It’s a great way to mark an anniversary. On March 23, 1998, Celine Dion sang “My Heart Will Go On” – a song from the soundtrack to the movie “Titanic” – on stage at the Oscars. That day, the singer also won the prestigious statuette for the best original song, as recalled by “Vanity Fair”. Celine Dion also received a Golden Globe and four Grammy Awards. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of this performance at the Oscars, Celine Dion offered a nice surprise to her fans since the singer unveiled, this Thursday, March 23, on her Instagram account, a new version of the clip of the song that has become essential.
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25 years after the Oscars
The caption reads, “The music video for the song has been enhanced and reimagined, with remastered footage of stunning clarity. The singer’s team also adds, “Newly transferred from the original 35mm film reels and assembled in an all-new 4K edit, this video focuses on her performance and includes exclusive, never-before-seen footage from the set of the video. original from 1997.” Images were thus integrated into the old version. We see Celine Dion singing behind the deck of a ship, wind in her hair but without any image of the film. Something to delight the most nostalgic.
If the singer was forced to postpone her Courage World Tour due to health problems, Celine Dion wants to keep a link with her audience through social networks. On December 8, the artist announced through a video posted on Instagram that she suffered from “stiff man syndrome”, a very rare neurological disorder that affects the nervous system, causes muscle stiffness and progressive spasms. , and which prevents him from singing. Even if she is recovering, the star has decided to accept a new project since she has chosen to trust the French author Laurence Catinot-Crost to write her biography. A book that should be out at the end of next summer.