I think she's covered. The singer added she sees the turning event of her life to step forward and take on new projects. Over a year since the tragic passing of her beloved husband René Angélil, the Power of Love singer admitted that she has become the "leader" of her family. "My husband gave me tools for the rest of my life, he gave me the rest of himself", the Canadian native revealed. I say what I mean, I mean what I say.
She told "Entertainment Tonight": "I understood it was an unbelievable privilege again".
Angelil died last January after a long battle with throat cancer, and while Dion says the year following his death was definitely "tough", she now feels "stronger" than ever.
"Now I have to stand up for myself and say, 'I'm not sure".
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She also gushed over her Grammys performance: "She looked gorgeous and I was watching and I was like, 'Oh my God.' And when her mother presented her?"
She said: "I can't refuse that". Moreover, while Angelil's death originally left a huge void in her life, it has - over time - made her more of a warrior, she said.
She said: "We're doing really well, thank you for asking". We go on tour. This TV show, not this one.' He was on top of it...he was my husband and my manager. "Would you consider singing this new 'Beauty and the Beast" song, 30 years later?' and I'm like, 'Uh, I have to listen to it again, because I need to be professional'".
The 48-year-old singer has recorded "How Does a Moment Last Forever" for the new version of the classic tale, and while it was a "privilege" to be asked to appear on the soundtrack, she was initially apprehensive about taking on the track because of the success of the titular duet she recorded with Peabo Bryson for the 1991 animation.