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The singer, in shock, has returned to social networks.
Increasingly rarely, his voice echoes for even more classic reasons. Celine Dion made a significant comeback on Instagram to condemn the February 28 invasion of Ukraine.
“Brave people of Ukraine, we are with you wholeheartedly. We are shocked and saddened, But I was greatly impressed by your courage … You have our support and prayers for peace. ” The 53-year-old singer wrote in a newsletter in English and French, all with the hashtag #StandWithUkrain (Together for Ukraine, editorial note) a fraternal message that has been warmly welcomed by her fans, Diva’s orphans for months. “Your voice helps”, “Thank you for your unity”, “Bravo Celine, a great woman”Read on in the comments.
Celine Dion is the latest in a long line of celebrities who speak out against the Ukrainian crisis. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Milla Jovovich, Angelia Jolie or even Miley Cyrus reacted publicly, sometimes putting their hands in their pockets to help the country.
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