Celine Dion has a net worth of $800 million as a Canadian singer, actress, composer, and entrepreneur.

She is noted for her powerful vocals and has sold over 220 million CDs.

Dion has won multiple honors, including the Academy Award and Golden Globe for "My Heart Will Go On".

She has had lucrative Las Vegas residencies and was ranked Forbes' second-highest earning musician in 2009.

Dion has appeared at a number of international events and is widely regarded as a successful and important performer.

Dion began singing at an early age and was signed by music promoter René Angélil when she was 12 years old.

Dion's first English-language album, "Unison," was released in 1990, and she made her international breakthrough with the release of the title track for Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" in 1992.

Dion's album "Falling Into You" (1996) received Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Album, and includes the smash song "Because You Loved Me".

Dion had a temporary break from album production in the late 1990s, but returned with the successful album "A New Day Has Come" in 2002.

Dion is a businesswoman who has started several business enterprises, including a clothing line and a perfume line, in addition to her music career.