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On November 1, 1987 Celine Dion appeared on the magazine "Filles d´aujourd´hui", published in Quebec, Canada.
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On November 2, 1987 Celine Dion, accompanied by her manager Rene Angelil, attended to the Juno Awards Ceremony, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year. The ceremony took place at the O´Keefe Centre in Toronto, Canada. The ceremony was hosted by Howie Mandel and it was broadcasted live on CBC channel in Canada. Celine was nominated for Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year. The Juno organizers were impressed by the sales figures, though they knew nothing about the album "Incognito". Yet they wanted Celine to perform a French song from her "Incognito" album. Celine´s manager Rene Angelil was ecstatic. English Canada was a necessary step in Celine´s career. Rene accepted the Juno invitation, as long as Celine could sing in English. He tried to think of an appropriate song. It would have to be something well-known that everyone could relate to, a song popularized by Judy Garland or Barbra Streisand, a classic ballad that wouldn´t offend anyone, and would act as a showcase for Celine´s voice. There was a song on the "Incognito" album called "Partout je te vois", with music by Aldo Nova and English words by Nova and Billy Steinberg, who´d worked in the past with Madonna. The song would let Celine show off the strength of her voice and give industry people, and the television audience, a better idea of her talent, since she´d actually be creating the song. She´d be its first singer, the one to set the standard. Rene asked Aldo Nova to go back into the studio. After forty-eight straight hours of rearranging, Nova came up with the music for "Have a heart" in a key that was right for Celine. Once she was onstage at the Juno Awards Ceremony with the audience and the cameras, all nervousness disappeared. She performed "Have a heart" with pleasure, passion and confidence. In return, she received thunderous applause. Rene wept openly. He realized that Celine had just opened another door. One critic wrote, "She blew everybody away". Celine had stolen the show from the other artists on the Juno Awards. In reference to the ceremony, Celine has said "The Quebecois didn´t watch the Juno Awards. The English-speaking Canadians didn´t listen to the French songs on the program. As soon as the invitation came to us, Rene informed the organizers of the show that I´d sing a song in English. That or nothing. They had to accept it. I was in a trance when I left the stage. As always. I keep singing when I dash through the wings, when I get to my dressing room, when I climb into the limousine, as if the fire in me can´t be extinguished. The next day, Rene got up at dawn to get the papers. He waited patiently for me to come out of my room to tell me that I´d been a smashing success. He´d had the time to learn by heart all the articles that appeared in all the papers he could find. He even called Halifax, Montreal, Vancouver, to find out what the reactions had been in those cities" (from an extract of the book "My Story, My Dream").
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On November 11, 1987 Celine Dion appeared on interview during the broadcast of the TV show "The Archieves", hosted by Leslie Roberts and aired on CTV channel in Canada. In this episode, Roberts interviewed a young Celine. At this point in her career she had just released what would end up being her fifth full-length French-language album "Incognito", which would be her first to go double-platinum. She was taking intensive English-language courses, and preparing to update her image before her phenomenally successful campaign to become the best-selling female singer of all time.
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