Celine Dion to perform a touching tribute to those affected by the Paris tragedy at the AMAs.
Celine Dion to perform a touching tribute to those affected by the Paris tragedy at the AMAs.
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On Sunday, November 22 the American Music Awards (AMAs) will air at 8/7 central on ABC, and the recent tragedy in Paris will not go unacknowledged. As a tribute to all those that were impacted by the recent Paris attacks, Celine Dion will be performing “Hymne à L’Amour.” The lovely song which was originally performed by Edith Piaf, translates to “Hymn to Love” and Celine's interpretation is sure to evoke emotion from the global audience.

The 2015 AMAs producer, Larry Klein made a statement about the importance of this performance, “We felt it was important to show our solidarity in light of the recent events in Paris and all around world. Celine’s performance will help us express our feelings through song, when words do not suffice.”

The beloved French Canadian singer holds an ongoing residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, of which she has just renewed with the encouragement of her ailing husband, Rene, as stated in a recent interview with Access Hollywood. She also has a 12-show tour of Canada slated for the summer of 2016 on her plate.

The AMAs will also showcase live performances by Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas, Alanis Morissette, One Direction, Gwen Stefani and more. Catch the live coverage of the AMAs on AXS.