According to some Paris news outlets, Celine Dion may be in a new relationship.
The rumor started after the Montreal singer was photographed at the Giambatista Valli’s Paris runway show, then later it gained more attention when they were spotted walking around Bordeaux and having dinner together.
Our country is filled with many talented musicians, but one of our biggest pride and joys will forever be Céline Dion. So when a viral Toronto TikToker, @iamtresorr, took Céline's My Heart Will Go On and made a drill beat with it, the internet took notice quickly.
Tresor has been getting all kinds of love on social media for this freestyle, which he named Céline Dior.
At the time of writing this article, Tresor's TikTok had already racked up over 652k views in just two days.
"This Céline song was honestly just another video in a series that I've been doing flipping random songs into drill beats and this so happened to be the one that everyone really paid attention to," Tresor told MTL Blog.
"I'm Jamaican, and Jamaicans are notorious for loving Céline Dion oddly enough so I've been hearing these songs for years and one day it just popped into my head that this would probably be a good flip for a beat."
Thanks to popular demand, a full version of Céline Dior just dropped on September 20 at 3 p.m.
The eight points are a mix of outside perspective, questions and advice for born-and-raised Montrealers. Among the advice: "it's a bagel, chill the f*** out." According to Parys, Montreal's Haitian cuisine and poutine take precedence over the much-discussed dough holes.
The Winnipegger also picked up on Montrealers' humility when it comes to their English proficiency. Often, as he points out, francophone Montrealers' English is much better than their anglophone counterparts' French.
All Montrealers might appreciate two of Parys's pieces of insight: that "you guys aren't crazy drivers, your rules just suck" (see it's not our fault!) and that "Quebeckers being rude is propaganda."
His other points include five archetypes of Montreal residents (shoutout to the ubiquitous "young men with chest fanny-packs") and, most importantly, the fact that "Celine Dion is a treasure."
We also thank Parys for bringing some much-needed attention to the revelation that is French fries with mayonnaise.
He concluded his post by thanking the city's residents.
"This is the first time I have lived outside of Winnipeg and I feel really welcomed," he wrote.
"This city strikes a perfect balance of enjoying life, economic opportunity, culture, great architecture, and friendly people."