AWARDS

Edited by Valentina Pierotti


Year Category Award
2004 Diamond Awards: Best selling female artist of all times World Music Awards
2004 Céline unveils her star on Hollywood Walk Of Fame ---
2004 'Woman Of The Year' - Nevada Black And White Ball ---
2003 Best artist of the year in the Adult Contemporary category American Music Awards
2002 Céline unveils her star on The Toronto Walk Of Fame ---
2001 Best artist of the year in the Adult Contemporary category Grammy Award
1999 Artist of the century for the sale of 110 millions albums  
  Quebecer artist with most success outside Quebec Felix Awards
  Best Pop/Rock artist American Music Awards
  Best original songs for a movie ('The Prayer') Golden Globe Awards
  Single of the year ('My heart will go on') Grammy Awards
Best pop arstist of the year Bambi Award (Germania)
  Songs of the year ('My heart will go on') Grammy Awards
  Best pop singer ('My heart will go on') Grammy Awards
  Best song written for a movie or for the TV ('My heart will go on') Grammy Awards
  International achievement award Juno Awards
  Best female singer Juno Awards
  Best album ('Let's talk about love') Juno Awards
  Best selling album, foreign or domestic('Let's talk about love') Juno Awards
  Best selling french album ('S'il suffisait d'aimer') Juno Awards
  Best female singer People Choice Award
1998 Artist of the year Golden Disc Awards
  Best pop album of the year Golden Disc Awards
  Song of the year ("My heart will go on") Grammy Awards
  Best selling Canadian female artist of the year World Music Awards
  Best original song ("My heart will go on") Oscar
  Best female singer Edison Awards
  Single of the year ("Tell him") Edison Awards
  Best international female artist Amigo Awards
  Best foreign female artist Popcorn Awards
  Officer of the Order of Quebec  
  Officer of the Order of Canada  
  Best female pop rock artist American Music Awards
1997 Album of the year ("Live A Paris") Felix Award
  Pop rock album of the year ("Live A Paris") Felix Award
  Quebecer artist with most success outside Quebec Felix Award
  Quebecer artist with most success in a language other than French Felix Award
  Female singer the year Felix Award
  Best album of the year ("Falling Into You") Grammy Award
  Best pop album of the year ("Falling Into You") Grammy Award
  Female singer of the year Juno Award
  Best selling french album ("Live A Paris") Juno Award
  Best selling album, foreign or domestic ("Falling into you") Juno Award
  International achievement award Juno Award
  Best selling female artist World Music Award
  Best selling artist World Music Award
  Best selling pop artist World Music Award
  Best international female album Irma Award
  Best international female artist Amigos Award
  Best original song ("My heart will go on") Golden Globe
  Best album ("Falling into you") Popcorn Award (Greece)
  Best female artist Popcorn Award (Greece)
  International artist of the year 1996 Price Full Blast (South Africa)
  Best international female artist Price Diamond (Hong Kong)
  Best selling international female album (Malta)
1996 Quebecer artist with most success outside Quebec Felix Award
Best selling album of the year ("D'eux") Felix Award
Female artist of the year Felix Award
Show of the year ("D'eux") Felix Award
Quebecer artist with most success outside Quebec Felix Award
Quebecer artist with most success in a language other than French
Felix Award
Best selling Canadian artist World Music Award
Best french album of the year ("D'Eux") Juno Award
Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of Arts and Letters) Midem
Award for the sale of more than 10 millions albums Midem
Award for the best selling french album ("D'Eux") with more than 4 millions albums sold all over the world Midem
  Best international female artist Irma Awards (Irish awards for the music)
Best song of the year ("Pour Que Tu M’Aimes Encore") Victoires de la Musique
Best French artist Victoires de la Musique
Artist of the year VH1 Award
Best pop artist of the year Bambi Award (Germany)
Award for the song "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" PRIX RFI (France)
Woman of the year 1995 MAGAZINE (France)
1995 Best song ("Think Twice") Ivor Novello (UK)
Album of the year ("The colour of my love") Juno Award
Best selling album, foreign or domestic ("The colour of my love") Juno Award
Best selling Canadian female artist of the year World Music Award
Pop rock album of the year ("D'eux") Felix Award
Pop song of the year ("Pour que tu m'aimes encore") Felix Award
1994 Nomination for the best duet with Clive Griffin in the soundtrack of "Sleepless in Seattle" Grammy Award
Best female singer of the year Caras (Canadian Academy for Arts and Sciences)
Quebecer artist having known most success outside Quebec Felix Award
Best album in a language other than French Felix Award
Best female singer of the year Felix Award
The TV special "The colour of my love" is nominated as the best music special in the USA Cable Ace Awards
Best female singer of the year Juno Award
Diamond album for the sale of more than 1 millions albums ("The Colour of my love") Diamond Album
1993 Best duet ("Beauty and the Beast") Grammy Award
Quebecer artist having known most success in an another language than French Felix Award
Quebecer artist having known most success outside Quebec Felix Award
International Billboard award Billboard Award
  Best female singer Juno Award
Single of the year ("Beauty and the Beast") (nomination in the same category with "If you asked me to") Juno Award
Best french album ("Dion chante Plamondon") Juno Award
Best dance single ("Love can move mountains") Juno Award
1992 Best selling Canadian female artist of the year World Music Award
Single of the year ("Beauty and the Beast") Juno Award
Best singer of the year Juno Award
Best selling french album ("Dion chante Plamondon"; in Europe the album is named "Des mots qui sonnent") Juno Award
Best dance single ("Love can move mountains" - club mix) Juno Award
Quebecer artist having known most success in an another language than French Felix Award
Best selling album ("Dion chante Plamondon"; in Europe the album is named "Des mots qui sonnent") Felix Award
Medal for her contribution to the Canadian culture during the 125th birthday of Canada Canadian Goverment
Best contemporary video ("Je Danse dans ma Tete") Much Music Video Award
Best recording ("Nothing broken but my heart") Much Music Video Award
Canadian artist who received more international awards CINARS (Canada)
Best original song ("Beauty and the beast") Oscar
Best artist of the year La Presse (Quebec)
1991 Album of the year ("Unison") Juno Award
Singer of the year Juno Award
Quebecer artist having known most success in an another language than French ('Unison') Felix Award
The union artists Prize Felix Award
1990 Album of the year ("Unison") Juno Award
English artist of the year (Céline refused this award because she doesn't consider herself an English artist but an artist who sings in english language. From then on the awards has another name) Juno Award
Platinum ticket for the show "Céline Dion" (100.000 visitors) Billet platine
Best video ("Can't Live With You, Can't Live without You", duet with Billy - Newton Davis) Much Music Video Award
1988 Eurovision competition award ("Ne partez pas sans moi") Eurovision
Best performance of the year for the concert "Céline Dion" Felix Award
  Best female singer of the year Felix Award
Pop song of the year ("Incognito") Felix Award
Most renowned artist of Quebec Felix Award
Young artist in the "under 25" category Metrostar
1985 Single of the year ("Melanie") Felix Award
Best selling single ("Melanie") Felix Award
Female singer of the year Felix Award
Pop song of the year ("Une colombe") Felix Award
Best selling single ("Une colombe") Felix Award
1984 Single of the year ("Les chemins de ma maison") Felix Award
Female singer of the year Felix Award
1983 Revelation of the year Felix Award
Pop single of the year ("Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi") Felix Award
Most renowned artist of Quebec Felix Award
Female singer of the year Felix Award
First Canadian artist to receive this award for the single "D’Amour Ou D’Amite" (more than 700.000 copies) Gold Album
1982 Best song ("Tellement J’ai D’Amour Pour Toi") Yamaha World Song Festival
Best artist Yamaha Symphony Orchestra Award














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