Céline Dion Jokingly Admits She's a 'Bossy Queen' in a Recent Interview
Céline Dion appeared in an interview with "ET Canada" and explained why she doesn't want to be called the Queen of fashion. The singer would rather be called Boss.
The Canadian singer, Céline Dion, talked to ET Canada in an interview and joked about being a 'Bossy Queen.' The singer said that she doesn't mind being called Queen unless the word that precedes it is big and beautiful and bold.
The singer is coming up with her new album, 'Courage' and will be heading out on a world tour with its release.
DION DOESN'T FEEL LIKE A QUEEN OR A BOSS
Dion talked about the word 'Boss' not fitting her either because she doesn't play the part. She noted that she feels strong, fierce, and in control.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' singer expressed that she got the courage to feel that way because of her husband. She shared that his support gave her strength and his passing made her realize that she has to take control of her life.
DION HAS ENOUGH SONGS FOR FOUR ALBUMS
Dion mentioned in the interview that she's never had so many songs given to her for recording. She admitted to being set for the next four records.
Of course, so many songs will not record and market themselves, so the singer feels thankful for the time management team that will help her sort the things into doable portions.
The Canadian hitmaker commented on her task as a vocalist as well. "my part is to sing the songs as best as I can," she said of the numerous tasks going on with the albums.
DION'S WORLD TOUR STARTS IN QUEBEC
With the album release set for November, the fans will get the chance to see her 'Courage World Tour' kick-off in Quebec city in September.
"I wanna give them as many songs as they wanna hear," she says about delivering to her fans. "I wanna give them some new songs as well to show them that this is the new approach."
With the 'bossy queen' set to begin her world tour, countless hearts all around the globe will most definitely, go on!