Céline Dion Covers Sia’s “My Love” In Tribute To Late Husband René Angélil: Watch

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Céline Dion paid tribute to her late husband René Angélil, who died one year ago on January 14, 2016, with a haunting Sia cover.

The song she sings a cappella is the funereal “My Love,” off 2010’s The Twilight Saga: Eclipse soundtrack. Meanwhile, Céline is in bed, shedding a tear with family photos strewn all over.

“My memory loves you, it asks about you all the time. Especially today,” she says on Facebook. “One year later, I wish R.I.P. meant Return If Possible.”

Céline also posted a video montage of images from René’s life, from childhood to marriage and having kids of their own, son René-Charles and twin sons Eddie and Nelson. Watch both tributes below.

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