RayRay wrote:^Christinamuse, great to hear you sing.
Thank you, dear!) Yes, singing is my passion) from my very young years, to be exact since 5 I sing (I still remember this time when my aunt watched the soap opera "See Man" and at the beggining of this soap opera there's always sound Vivo Per Lei song) and I was so mad about this song, and despite the fact that I didn't know italian language I sang this song on my own way)) and my aunt always was impressed by my interpreted singing) and she told to my mother(her sister) that I'd never sing this song like your daughter does)) so I have warm memories related to this song) also I loved to get on the roof of the old car( it was my stage) and I started to hold the concerts for my relatives, especially my uncle, who left us last year, he always asked me to sing something for him, he loved to hear me singing. Soon I will buy a professional microphone and camera(hold on, my neighbours ) and will hold the concerts at home) Also I have a dream to take a part in a vocal competition, even if nodody will approve me, at least I have to try to apply for this contest.
I'm reminded of why she's my favourite artist of all-time.
Last summer, and finally seeing this most amazing artist live for the first time, is an experience I will never forget.
Watching her UK performances right now on YouTube and we gave her SUCH a welcome reception (which was supported by her box office success, with her breaking basically all the records):
Céline Dion has made history as the highest grossing artist at each UK venue she performed at on her 2017 European tour.
The Canadian singer recently performed at venues including London's O2 Arena, Leeds' First Direct Arena, the SSE Hydro in Glasgow and Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena.
According to AEG Presents, Dion is now the highest-grossing artist for each one and she is also the O2 Arena's highest-grossing female performer of 2017 across her four dates there, two of which were in June followed by two in July.
She has scored the two highest single-night gross takings for her two Birmingham gigs, with her first date on July 27 the most successful and her second on August 3 grossing the second highest for the Barclaycard Arena.
Her June 25 show at the Leeds First Direct Arena was the fifth highest-grossing individual to date at the venue but it was her August 2 show which broke the venue's record.
Dion's final concert at the Glasgow SSE Hydro saw her scoop the highest individual gross for sales revenue at the location.
Attendance figures added in brackets...
Celine Dion - London, U.K (June 20-21): $4,135,146 (28,976 / 28,976) Celine Dion - Leeds, England (June 25): $1,124,798 (7,205 / 7,205) Celine Dion - London, U.K (July 30-31): $4,305,399 (29,352 / 29,352) Celine Dion - Leeds, U.K (Aug 2): $1,448,536 (8,897 / 8,897) Celine Dion - Birmingham, U.K (July 27, Aug. 3): $3,687,694 (23,865 / 23,865) Celine Dion - Glasgow, Scotland (August 5): $1,723,094 (11,094/11,094)
= $16,424,667 (109,389/109,389)
How can you be THAT popular that you have the top 2 highest grossing concerts ever in the Birmingham Arena, the #1 and #5 highest ever in the Leeds arena and the #1 highest in the Scottish arena, as well as the highest grossing dates of 2017 in the O2?! #queen