She’s kooky. She's Canadian. And she’s one of the most talented singers of all time. Céline Dion has been winning fans since the '80s with her mega-sized voice. And thanks to the internet, a new generation is celebrating her quirky persona. Fellow Canadian and executive producer of Divided States of Women Liz Plank has loved Céline from the beginning, before the world knew her name and she still sang in French. In this episode of Extremely My Shit, Plank looks back on her relationship with her hometown hero and explains why her appeal goes on and on.
Céline Dion is extremely my shit
Liz Plank on the Québécois singer’s offbeat charm.
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