AOL PopEater caught up with Celine Dion in a Q&A, asking the pop singer about her first tour documentary ‘Celine: Through the Eyes of the World’, which comes out in the U.S. on May 11th and chronicles her recent ‘Taking Chances’ tour.
“It was quite an amazing adventure – traveling the world,” Celine said of the documentary–concert film. “It was very different this time for me to do this tour, for a few different reasons, actually, because there’s places that I have never been before – for example, South Africa, Dubai, Malaysia. That was very very exciting. And [to have] my son on tour with me, and also my mother – it was a family adventure. As an artist, it was extraordinary to be able to visit and see my fans again. And at the same time, to make, on top of that, the best of it and see the world and see treasures and see beauty – just see the different ways of living and cultures. It was just so nourishing, you learn so much. We grew. Everyone from this tour grew tremendously.”
Celine also talked about how she celebrated her recent 42nd birthday, the difficulties of going on tour after being a performer in just one city – Las Vegas – for the prior 5 years, a particular memory she had with her son during the trek, the most rewarding part of her Vegas experience and how motherhood has changed her.
Check out the entire interview here and watch her performance of ‘The Power of Love’ featured on the DVD below.