Celine Dion reveals how Pink has helped her with grief

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Teaming white tee with a pair of distressed denim jeans, the My Heart Will Go On singer rocked a timeless look.

With only weeks left before releasing her latest French album, Céline Dion has reportedly confirmed she has started working on a new English record with the help of some big industry names.

The "My Heart Will Go On" hitmaker tragically lost her husband earlier this year to throat cancer but credits her loyal supporters for getting her through the tough times, reported Contactmusic. She revealed that "Just Like Fire" singer Pink has written a song for the project - a track Dion said she gushed over when the two singers saw each other at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards in May.

And with her final Paris dates looming, Celine Dion made sure her devoted and adoring fans in the City of Light were her main priority as she stepped outside her hotel on Thursday.

Celine and her husband Rene were married for 21 years before his death
Celine and her husband Rene were married for 21 years before his death

Dion even pointed out that it's her late husband's memory that prompted her to return to Paris for fashion week and to get back to what she loves.

Fans, too, have helped Dion move forward in light of her husband's loss, something for which she said she's especially grateful.

Her resurgence, she said, comes from her fans.

"I dont want to sound pretentious but I think beyond the music, I think I do have a relationship with my fans that are (pushing) me (along), saying, You know what, Celine? I've been criticized for being an open book for so long, but it's paying off today because they know me well". They first met when the five-time Grammy victor was just 12 years old, and he became her music manager in 1980. Angelil died on January 14 after battling throat cancer for several years.

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