The 48-year-old, who on Saturday rang in her 1000th performance at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, said on CBS: 'I'm still married to him,' and confided: 'I've never kissed another man in my life.'During their first meeting, when he was 38 years old, 'I thought he looked very beautiful,' Dion told Rocca. I felt confident that this man was not treating me as a "Oh, hi, little pumpkin" or "Hi, little sweetie" or like a little baby.'When he died, he was 73 years old and had been married to the My Heart Will Go On singer for 21 years.
'Before he left, it was very, very difficult for all of us - for me, especially, and my children - to see the man of my life die a little bit more every day.'When Rocca finally floated the idea of another paramour, she waved the notion off, reflecting: 'I love.
���� Hier soir, Céline Dion célébrait une étape importante de sa carrière: sa 1000e performance sur la scène du Colosseum du Caesars Palace, à Las Vegas.
Last night, Céline Dion celebrated a milestone: her 1,000th show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
It was, of course, Dion's first marriage, but her new husband's third, and the wedding was filmed for TV in Canada.
Angélil started out in 1961 as a pop singer in Montréal.
He formed a pop rock group, "Les Baronets", with childhood friends Pierre Labelle and Jean Beaulne.
Les Baronets had some hits during the 1960s, mostly translations of English-language pop hits from the United Kingdom or the United States, such as "C'est fou, mais c'est tout" in 1964 (a translation of The Beatles' song "Hold Me Tight").
After the dissolution of the group in 1972, Angélil and best friend Guy Cloutier began managing artists.
Together they managed the career of two successful Québec entertainers René Simard and Ginette Reno, among many other pop stars at the time.