Her new album is not out yet but Céline Dion, the 1988 Eurovision winner, is unveiling a second single! Due next month, the album Loved me back to life is marking the return of the Canadian diva with a new effort in English. To support the album, the singer presented a second single, Somebody loves somebody.
Céline Dion‘s Loved me back to life has been announced as one of the main music events of the end of the year. The Quebec-born singer teamed up with prestigious authors and composers such as Eg White, Fraser T. Smith and Diane Warren, but also Stevie Wonder, with whom the she recorded a cover of the song Overjoyed, and Ne-Yo as a duet on Incredible. All in all, 15 songs were recorded. Among them, Unfinished songs was unveiled in spring this year being the soundtrack of the movie Song for Marion, and the first single Loved me back to life penned by the Australian singer Sia.
This week, the track Somebody loves somebody is making the headlines. Céline Dion granted Perez Hilton the exclusivity to unveil the uptempo song on his blog last night. The very efficient pop song is now online on ESCToday.com too!