Celine Dion’s team comes out and announces bad news

Celine Dion needs no introduction. The singer of Charlemagne is known worldwide.

She’s one of the most popular in the music industry and has been for several years.

Her credits include producing two music industry best-selling albums: Falling into You (1996) and Let’s Talk About Love (1997), which have sold over 30 million copies worldwide.

Presented at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, its shows attract many people every year.

She is also scheduled to return there by the end of 2022 after having to postpone several shows due to health problems.

Still, Celine Dion’s team wanted to warn fans of the Quebec singer.

Scammers rip people off by pretending to be Celine Dion when she’s not.

Here’s the warning from Celine Dion’s team:

“We have recently been made aware of some online scams, scammers posing as Celine Dion, which unfortunately are targeting Celine fans. […] Know, dear fans, that all Celine Dion channels on social networks are verified. If the account doesn’t have a blue tick, it’s not an account managed by Celine’s team! »

You need to be on the lookout for potential scams. Celine Dion does not chat with people on social media or via email or text.

Here is the full message posted on Celine Dion’s official Instagram account:

Celine Dion fans must be vigilant on social networks so as not to have gotten into tricky situations with scammers.

Note that Celine Dion will take the stage at La Défense Arena in Paris, where Celine will present shows on September 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th, 2023.

She will also have a role in the American romance drama film It’s All Coming Back to Me, which is due out next February.

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Photo: Celine Dion Page

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