Fact check: Award-winning singer Celine Dion dies in a ‘plane crash’

Fact check: Award-winning singer Celine Dion dies in a ‘plane crash’

- An online report claimed that the award-winning singing sensation Celine Dion has passed away

- The report said that the music icon died at the age of 51

- However, it has been reported that the claim was false

- Celine Dion is known to be the singer of Titanic’s soundtrack, “My Heart Will Go On”

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An online report has claimed that Hollywood singer Celine Dion has passed away after being involved in a “plane crash.”

However, KAMI learned that the claim was false.

In a report by French news Agence France-Presse (AFP), a purported report of CNN showed that Dion has passed away at the age of 51.

“Superstar and singing legend Celine Dion dead at 51,” it read in the description.

The thumbnail showed two different images of Dion with a text that read: “1968-2019.”

Fact check: Award-winning singer Celine Dion dies in a ‘plane crash’

Screenshot from Agence France-Presse
Source: Facebook

The report started spreading on social media on November 4, 2019.

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According to a report by the AFP, the talent agency of Dion has denied the claims and said that the report was “absolutely false.”

Also, there is no legitimate report from CNN that the singer has died.

The original video of the CNN New Day Report discussed the passing of famous American celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain in June 2018.

On Wednesday, a video promotion for her new album called “Courage” was posted on her official Instagram account.

Céline Marie Claudette Dion was born on March 30, 1968. She became popular for her hit single “My Heart Will Go On” which was used as the soundtrack of the hit film “Titanic.”

In July 2018, Dion had her first-ever concert in the Philippines at the Mall of Asia Arena.

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