Top 5 Celine Dion performances

Celine Dion is one of the greatest performers to ever come from Canada. As one of the most critically acclaimed singers in the world, she is one best-selling artists of all time. When it comes to memorable performances, Celine Dion definitely always has those magic moments. The question is, however, what are the most memorable performances by Celine Dion?

1. "My Heart Will Gone On" at the Shrine Auditorium

On March 23, 1998, Dion performed one of the greatest love songs of all time. As winner of "Best Original Song" this stunning ballad is what shaped Dion's career into world-class superstardom. Not only was this performance her best, it was this song that would become one of the best-selling singles of all time.

2. "I Believe In You" at the Greek Theatre

On June 27, 2006, Dion shared the stage with classical crossover pop stars Il Divo as they performed in Los Angeles for their world tour at that time. Not only is this song one of the best collaborations, it is one of Dion's most memorable performances.

3. "Have You Ever Been In Love" at MGM Grand

On May 22, 2003, Dion took the stage in Las Vegas for the VH1 Diva Duets concert which benefited VH1's Save The Music Foundation. Everyone from Whitney Houston, Beyonce and Jewel performed, but there was only one performance that stood out that night and it was Celine Dion's. Not only the best performance of the night, but one of Dion's best ever.

4. "Aren't They All Our Child After All" at the Arie Crown Theater

On September 14, 2002, Dion was part of a concert that was held at the McCormick Place. Out of every performance that day, the one that featured Enrique Iglesias, Josh Groban, Yolanda Adams and even Nick Carter was the best and when Dion came out amongst them, she proved why she is the best-selling female artist of all time.

5. "Show Must Go On" at the TD Banknorth Garden

On August 12, 2008, Dion performed for a sold-out crowd of almost 33,000 people. As she graced the stage in Boston for the Taking Chances tour, she paid respects to Queen and Farrokh Bulsara (aka Freddie Mercury). Little did she realize that her performance was one of the greatest and most memorable performances she has ever done.