Celine Dion’s Tribute To Victims of Paris Attacks Will Give You Goosebumps

Admin 23-Nov-2015 13:10:03 Inothernews

The producers of the American Music Awards had said that they would feature a tribute to the victims of the terror strikes in Paris that left over 120 dead. But what Celine Dion's tribute did was give goosebumps and reduce many in the audience to tears. Introduced by Jared Leto, the Canadian singer sang legendary French singer Edith Piaf's Hymne à L'amour (A hymn to love), even as visuals of Paris and of people in the aftermath of the attacks played on giant screens behind her. Touching and poignant, the performance moved many in the audience to tears. Here's a video of her performance:

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