Where was Celine?

17 Feb

Celine Dion a No Show at Opening Ceremonies

Celine Dion is one of Canada’s most notable performers. That’s why her conspicuous absence from the Opening Ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games is raising questions.

According to Access Hollywood, the singer’s representative indicated that despite being approached several times, Dion never planned on participating and was involved with fertility treatments.

While the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games kicked into gear, Dion appeared on the Oprah Show. She also attended the Miami Beach premiere of her new movie, Celine: Through the Eyes of the World.

The docu-musical highlights Dion’s 2008-2009 Taking Chances Tour as well as her offstage life. [tweetmeme source= “blushstopshere” only_single=false]


3 Responses to “Where was Celine?”

  1. EM 18/02/2010 at 8:41 am #

    Isn’t this sweet, doesn’t have time for her Country’s Olympics, Just awful.


    • PS 28/02/2010 at 7:22 pm #

      I think Canadians in general were hurt by Celine’s absense. She claimed she had to pick and choose her engagments but then we saw her on Oprah and Miami Beach. We sat quietly while she sang the National Anthem for the USA. We’ve supported her sucess. Well, many stars move to the US but they don’t forget their home country and when their home country asks such a small favour, they are there with bells on. If Michael Fox can make time for Canada and be a part of the 2010 games, then no one has an excuse. Shame on you Celine! Next time, you won’t be asked!


    • BS 28/02/2010 at 7:27 pm #

      Thank you to all the stars who made time for their beloved Canada, especially Michael Fox. Shame on you Celine, you hurt your country men! Hopefully, no one will bother to ask you again! Obviously, you’ve chosen and shown Canada where your loyaty lies. If Michael Fox can make it —- what does that say to you! Hope you enjoyed the Oprah Show and Miami.


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