Celine Dion emphasizes the Pride LGBTQ+ offering a selection of a few dancing songs that she loves.
Published on Thursday on several platforms, music streaming, such as Spotify and YouTube, the playlist of Celine Dion includes parts of the last six decades, Respect Aretha Franklin (1967) Rain on Me Lady Gaga and Ariane Grande (2020).
A few artists appear more than once, such as Madonna (Vogue, Material Girl), Whitney Houston (I Wanna Dance With Somebody, Higher Love), Queen (I Want To Break Free, Somebody To Love) and George Michael (Faith, Freedom).
Songs in French
The selection of a Celine Dion includes a single song from a quebec artist : Sexus Plexus Nexus of the author-composer-performer Pierre Kwenders. The francophone side, the diva of Charlemagne retains Disenchanted and non-infringement of Mylène Farmer, So we dance from Stromae, Yes or no to Angela and I love you moi non plus Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin.
Moreover, there is also Relax, Take It Easy by Mika, Sexual healing by Marvin Gaye, Make Me Feel Janelle Monae, Livin’ La Vide Loca Ricky Martin, Venus by Bananarama, Sissy That Walk by RuPaul, Good as Hell to Lizzo and Dancing On My Own Robyn.
The team of Celine Dion has also sprinkled this selection of a few songs from the artist of 52 years, as Flying On My Own, I’m Alive, Lying Down, It’s All Coming Back To Me Now and Ziggy (A boy like no others).
This is not the first time that Celine Dion supports openly the community LGBTQ+. In 2016, it had highlighted the 10th anniversary of Montréal Pride in a video on Facebook. “Be strong, be proud, be united and most importantly celebrate and have fun !” was launched.