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2018

The Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards (CAFA) – Canada

International Style Icon Award

2017

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Album of the Year – “Encore un soir”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Album of the Year – Adult Contemporary - “Encore un soir”

2016

Billboard Music Award -USA

Icon Award

2014

CBC Music Awards - Canada

Artist of the Year

2013

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year - “Sans attendre”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best-Selling Album of the Year - “Sans attendre”

GRAND PRIX - UNAC (Union nationale des auteurs compositeurs) – France

Song of the Year - “Parler à mon père”

2012

BAMBI Awards — Germany

Entertainment Category — In Recognition of Her Long-Standing Musical Career.

SOCAN Gala — Montreal, Quebec

Composition of "Entre deux mondes" in Pop/Rock Music category (Celine Dion, Frederick Baron)

2008

Best Selling Canadian Artist – World Music Awards

In recognition of being the top selling Canadian artist in 2008.

Honorary Félix Award – ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

In recognition of having received more Félix awards than any other artist in the history of the gala.

Honorary Doctorate in Music - Laval University - Canada

In recognition of her personal and professional achievements.

Companion of the Order of Canada

Appointed “Companion of the Order of Canada” in recognition of her worldwide musical influence as well as for her commitment to numerous humanitarian causes.

Legion of Honour – L'Ordre National de la Légion d'Honneur

Appointed “Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur” for her merits and contributions to France.

Walk of Fame – Poland

Inducted into Poland's Walk of Fame

NRJ Music Awards – France

Honorary Award - In recognition of her long-standing career

2007

Legend Award – World Music Awards

In recognition of a top recording artist for her global success and outstanding contribution to the music industry

Entertainer of the New Millennium – Nevada Commission on Tourism

For Contribution in the bettering of the quality of life for Nevada residents and for the immense success of “A New Day...”

Las Vegas Review Journal - The Best of Las Vegas – USA

Best All-Around Performer

Las Vegas Review Journal - The Best of Las Vegas – USA

Best Singer

Etoiles Chérie FM – France

Chérie FM of Honour for her long-standing career

2006

FIFI Awards – The Fragrance Foundation – USA

Best Packaging – Women's Popular Appeal for “Belong”

SOCAN Gala – Montreal, Quebec

Composition of "Tout près du bonheur" in Pop/Rock Music category (Celine Dion, Marc Dupré, Nelson Minville)

Las Vegas Review Journal - The Best of Las Vegas – USA

Best Singer

2005

Las Vegas Review Journal - The Best of Las Vegas – USA

Best Singer

2004

Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame – USA

Diamond Award – World Music Awards

World's Best-Selling Female Artist of All Time

ELLA Awards – Society of Singers – USA

For Contribution to Music and Humanitarian and Community Support

Woman of the Year – Nevada Ballet Theatre – USA

For Significant Contribution to the Performing Arts

FIFI Awards – The Fragrance Foundation – USA

Fragrance of the Year – Women's Popular Appeal for “Celine Dion Parfums”

2003

American Music Awards – USA (November)

Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary

American Music Awards – USA (January)

Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary

Arion Music Awards – Greece

Best Sales, International Album for “A New Day Has Come”

Radio Music Awards – USA

Artist of the Year - Adult Contemporary Radio

2002

Billboard Latin Awards– USA

Special Award for "My Heart Will Go On" as the first English-language song to top Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart

Victoire de la musique – France

Original Song of the Year – "Sous le vent" (duet with Garou)

Félix Award – ADISQ Gala – Quebec, Canada

Most Successful Quebecois Artist in a Language Other Than French

Dragon Awards – Poland

Female Artist of the Year – International

2001

American Music Awards – USA

Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary

NRJ Music Awards – France

Francophone group/duo for the duet "Sous le vent" with Garou

1999

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards – USA

Favourite Song from a Movie – "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic

Grammy Awards – USA

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – "My Heart Will Go On"

Grammy Awards – USA

Record of the Year – "My Heart Will Go On"

Grammy Awards – USA

To James Horner & Will Jennings for Song of the Year – "My Heart Will Go On"

Grammy Awards – USA

To James Horner & Will Jennings for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television – "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic

Golden Globe Awards – USA

To Carol Bayer, David Foster, Alberto Testa & Tony Renis for Best Original Song from a Motion Picture – "The Prayer"

American Music Awards – USA

Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist

American Music Awards – USA

Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist

American Music Awards – USA

Favorite Soundtrack – "Titanic"

People's Choice Awards – USA

Favorite Female Music Performer

Performance Magazine Awards - USA

To René Angélil for Personal Manager of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Album – “Let's Talk About Love”

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) – “Let's Talk About Love”

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Francophone Album – “S'il suffisait d'aimer”

Juno Awards – Canada

International Achievement Award

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Most Successful Quebecois Artist in A Language Other Than French

Walk of Fame – Canada

Inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame

Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame – Canada

Inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame

Echo Awards – Germany

Most Successful International Female Artist

BAMBI Awards – Germany

For Sales of Over 10 million CDs in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Japan Gold Disc Awards – Japan

Artist of the Year (International music category)

Japan Gold Disc Awards – Japan

Song of the Year (International music category) – "My Heart Will Go On"

Japan Gold Disc Awards – Japan

Pop Album of the Year – “These Are Special Times”

South African Music Awards – South Africa

Best Selling International Album – “Let's Talk About Love”

World Music Awards – Worldwide

World's Best-Selling Female Pop Artist

1998

American Music Awards – USA

Favourite Pop/Rock Female Artist

Performance Magazine Readers Poll Awards – USA

Best Pop Act

Golden Globe Awards – USA

To James Horner & Will Jennings for Best Original Song – "My Heart Will Go On"

Academy Awards – USA

To James Horner & Will Jennings for Best Original Song – "My Heart Will Go On"

BMI Pop Awards – USA

Song of the Year – "It's All Coming Back to Me Now"

VH1 Awards – USA

Best Female Artist

VH1 Awards – USA

Diva of the Year

VH1 Awards – USA

Artist of the Year

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Album of the Year – “Titanic”

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Female Album of the Year – “Let's Talk About Love”

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Soundtrack Album of the Year – “Titanic”

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Soundtrack Single of the Year – "My Heart Will Go On"

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Album Artist of the Year

Billboard Music Awards – USA

Adult Contemporary Artist of the Year

Japan Record Awards – Japan

Special Achievement, International Artist – "My Heart Will Go On"

Japan Gold Disc Award - Japan Grand Prix – Japan

Best International Pop Album of the Year – “Let's Talk About Love”

Japan Gold Disc Award - Japan Grand Prix – Japan

Artist of the Year – International music

Pop Corn Music Awards – Greece

Best Female Singer of the Year

Hungarian Record Industry Awards – Hungary

International Album of the Year – “Let's Talk About Love”

The Order of Canada

Appointed Officer of the Order of Canada for outstanding contribution to the world of contemporary music

National Order of Québec – Canada

Appointed Officer of the National Order of Québec

MuchMusic People's Choice Awards – Canada

Video Award for Favourite Canadian Artist

South African Music Awards – South Africa

Best Selling International Album – “Falling Into You”

AMIGO Awards – Spain

Best International Female Artist

World Music Awards

World's Best Selling Canadian Recording Artist of the Year

1997

World Music Awards

World's Best Selling Pop Artist of the Year

World Music Awards

World's Overall Best Selling Recording Artist of the Year

World Music Awards

World's Best Selling Canadian Recording Artist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Album of the Year (Best Seller) – “Live à Paris”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Album of the Year (Pop Rock) – “Live à Paris”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Most Successful Quebecois Artist Outside Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Most Successful Quebecois Artist in A Language Other Than French

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Grammy Awards – USA

Album of the Year – “Falling Into You”

Grammy Awards – USA

Best Pop Album – “Falling Into You”

Grammy Awards – USA

To Diane Warren for Best Song Written Specifically for A Motion Picture or for Television – "Because You Loved Me"

NARM Awards – USA

1996/1997 Best Seller Award for Artist of the Year

NARM Awards – USA

1996/1997 Best Seller Award for Recording of the Year – “Falling Into You”

NARM Awards – USA

1996/1997 Best Seller Award for Pop Recording – “Falling Into You”

International Achievement in Arts Awards – USA

Entertainer of the Year for Distinguished Achievement in Music

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Francophone Album – “Live à Paris”

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) – “Falling Into You”

Juno Awards – Canada

International Achievement Award

Pop Corn Music Awards – Greece

Best Album of the Year – “Falling Into You”

Pop Corn Music Awards – Greece

Best Female Singer of the Year

Irish Recorded Music Awards – Ireland

Best International Female Artist Album – “Falling Into You”

Coca-Cola Full Blast Music Awards – South Africa

Most Popular International Artist of 1996

Malta Music Awards – Malta

Best Selling Female International Artist

FM Select Diamond Awards – Hong Kong

Top Female International Artist

Amigo Awards – Spain

Best International Female Artist

National TV2 Awards – Denmark

Best International Female Artist

1996

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the Province of Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Album of the Year – “D'eux”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Artist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Performance of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success in any language other than French

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Francophone Album of the Year – “D'eux”

Médaille des Arts et Lettres (Medal of Arts and Letters) – France

Awarded the Médaille des Arts et Lettres from France's Minister of Culture recognizing her status as the best-selling French-language artist in history

MIDEM Awards – Europe

Award for combined European sales of over 10 million units in 1995

MIDEM Awards – Worldwide

Award for sales of over 4 million units worldwide for the album “D'eux”

IRMA Awards (Irish Recorded Music Awards) – Ireland

Best International Female Artist Album

Victoires de la musique – France

Best Song of the Year – "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"

Victoires de la musique – France

Best Francophone Artist

Trophée Radio France International / Conseil Francophone de la chanson – France

Awarded for the song "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"

VH1 Awards – USA

Artist of The Year

BAMBI Awards – Germany

Top International Pop Star of the Year

Japan Gold Disc Awards – Japan

International Music/Grand Prix Single Prize for "To Love You More"

World Music Awards – Worldwide

World's Best Selling Canadian Recording Artist of the Year

Malta Music Awards – Malta

Best Selling International Artist

1995

Ivor Novello Awards – UK

Song of the Year – "Think Twice"

Juno Awards – Canada

Album of the Year – “The Colour of My Love”

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) – “The Colour of My Love”

World Music Awards

World's Best-Selling Canadian Female Recording Artist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Pop/rock Album of the Year – “D'eux”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the Province of Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Most Popular Song of the Year – "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"

1994

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the province of Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success in a language other than French

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Artist of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Grammy Awards – USA

To David Foster & Jeremy Lubbock for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) – "When I Fall In Love"

1993

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the province of Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success in a language other than French

Billboard Awards – USA

Billboard International Creative Achievement Award

Grammy Awards – USA

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – "Beauty and the Beast"

Grammy Awards – USA

To Alan Menken & Howard Ashman for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television – "Beauty and The Beast"

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Single of the Year – "Beauty and the Beast" (coincidentally nominated in the same category for "If You Asked Me To")

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Selling Francophone Album – “Dion chante Plamondon”

Juno Awards – Canada

Best Dance Recording – "Love Can Move Mountains" (Club Mix)

1992

World Music Awards

World's Best selling Canadian Female Recording Artist of the Year

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Album of the Year – “Dion chante Plamondon”

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success in a language other than French

Governor General's Awards

Honoured with a medal of recognition on Canada's 125th Birthday from the Governor General for her contribution to Canadian culture

MuchMusic Awards – Canada

Video Award for Best Adult Contemporary Video – "Je danse dans ma tête"

Academy Awards – USA

Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or Television – "Beauty and the Beast"

Golden Globe Awards – USA

To Alan Menken & Howard Ashman for Best Original Song for a Motion Picture – "Beauty and the Beast"

1991

Juno Awards – Canada

Album of the Year – “Unison”

Juno Awards – Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success in a language other than French

1990

MuchMusic Video Awards – Canada

Best Video for "Can't Live with You, Can't Live without You " (duet with Billy – Newton Davis)

1988

Eurovision Song Contest – Worldwide

First Prize for "Ne partez pas sans moi"

MetroStar Gala – Canada

Young Artist of the Year under 25 years of age

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Live Performance of the Year for "Celine Dion"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Pop Song for "Incognito"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the province of Quebec – Francophone Market

1985

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Album of the Year – "Mélanie"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Album of the Year – "Mélanie"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Pop Song of the Year – "Une colombe"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Single of the Year – "Une colombe"

1984

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best Selling Album – "Les chemins de ma maison"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

1983

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Best New Artist of the Year

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Pop Album of the Year – "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi"

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Quebec artist achieving the most success outside the province of Quebec

Félix Award - ADISQ Gala - Quebec, Canada

Female Vocalist of the Year

1982

Yamaha World Popular Song Festival - Japan

Gold Medal – Yamaha World Song Festival, Tokyo Japan for Best Song – "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi"

Yamaha Symphony Orchestra Awards - Japan

Best Artist

2016 Billboard Music Awards Alternative View
Order Of Canada Investiture For René Angélil And Céline Dion
Awards 03 2012 Bambi
Awards 04 2008 08 21 Doctorat Université Laval Gérard Schachmes Dsc 4875
Awards 05 2008 05 22 Légion D'honneur France Dsc 0175 Gérard Schachmes
Awards 06 2008 Poland
Awards 07 2008 Adisq 2
Awards 08 2008 Adisq 1
Awards 09 2007 Wma
Awards 10 2004 09 15 Diamond Award World Music Awards
Awards 11 2004 01 06 Hollywood Walk Of Fame Dion7a
Celine Dion Receives The Society Of Singers' 13th Annual Ella Award
Awards 13 1999 11 13 Bambi Awards
Awards 14 1999 03 07 Juno Awards
Awards 15 1999 02 24 41st Grammy Awards (2)
Awards 16 1999 Étoile
Awards 17 1997 Québec
Awards 18 1997 Junos
Awards 19 1997 Grammys
Awards 20 1996 01 22 With French Minister Of Culture Chevalier De Ordre Des Arts Et Lettres France Honor
Awards 21 1995 Wma
Awards 22 1993 02 24 Grammy Awards (1) Premier Grammy
Awards 23 1991 03 03 Juno Awards Kent Kallberg Premier Juno
Awards 24 1988 Adisq 2
Awards 25 1988 04 30 Eurovision Nb
Awards 26 1985 Adisq
Awards 27 1983 Adisq 4 Félix
Awards 28 1982 0063