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Moving Tribute To Paris

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Celine Dion Brings AMAs Crowd To Tears With Moving Tribute To Paris

Hauntingly beautiful.

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Celine Dion – Hymne à L’Amour (Live at American Music Awards AMAs 2015) HD

 

Celine Dion delivered the most moving, meaningful performance at the American Music Awards on Sunday night.

Dion sang Édith Piafs’ song “Hymne A L’Amour” as a tribute to the victims of the attacks on Paris that left 129 people dead and roughly 350 people were injured.

The singer was accompanied by strings and beautiful images of the French city, making sure theren’t a dry eye in the house.

The McGlynn Note: Her husband René is dying from cancer. Her recent words about René were:

“I’ll say, ‘You’re scared? I understand. Talk to me about it,'” she said, pausing. “And René says to me, ‘I want to die in your arms.’ OK, fine, I’ll be there, you’ll die in my arms.”

REPUBLIQUE DISTRICT, PARIS, FRANCE - 2015/11/20: Flowers, candles and messages left as a memorial near "Le Bataclan" concert hall in the 11th district of Paris, following a series of coordinated terrorists attacks on November 13. Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists claimed coordinated attacks in central Paris that killed at least 129 people and wounded hundreds at a concert hall (Le Bataclan), restaurants and the national stadium (Stade de France). (Photo by Guillaume Payen/LightRocket via Getty Images)

REPUBLIQUE DISTRICT, PARIS, FRANCE – 2015/11/20: Flowers, candles and messages left as a memorial near “Le Bataclan” concert hall in the 11th district of Paris, following a series of coordinated terrorists attacks on November 13. Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists claimed coordinated attacks in central Paris that killed at least 129 people and wounded hundreds at a concert hall (Le Bataclan), restaurants and the national stadium (Stade de France). (Photo by Guillaume Payen/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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