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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Celine Dion won't have Botox because she worries it will affect her singing voice

    The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker hasn't ruled out having cosmetic surgery but fears something like Botox would stop her being able to connect emotionally with the audience when she sings.


    She said: "Of course, it matters to me because I’m very very proud to be a woman. I’m still looking through the magazines to find the miracle things I can inject in myself. Not to be different, but just for maintenance. I’m still very open to what the future in the aesthetic world can bring to us that’s reversible, for example.

    "I would love to do things. I’m going to be extremely careful if I do. I can’t use Botox, I can’t, because I’m a singer. If they go too deep it can paralyse. If I sing and nothing moves I don’t think it has the same impact, so I don’t want to lose my emotion, conviction, sharing with the audience."

    And the 49-year-old singer isn't a fan of going to spas and would rather relax with her children or have afternoon tea in the comfort of her own home.

    She added: "I don’t go to spas, I don’t have facials, I hate having manicures, pedicures. No, I’m not at all like that. I don’t like that at all. I prefer to have candles, a coffee, a look at magazines, do finger painting with my kids, have tea at teatime - tea and cookies and scones."

    Celine is preparing to turn 50 next year and is planning to have a "little party" with her friends.

    She told The Sun newspaper: "It’s the big 5-0, I’m probably going to make a little party. We’re going to be dancing and we’re going to go to a club."

    © 2017 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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