Celine Dion is sharing her thoughts on fellow music superstar Madonna performing in next week's Super Bowl halftime show, and disclosed why she herself won't be up on that stage.
Celine tells The Trend on Zappos Couture, "I'm not going to be performing at the Super Bowl because I'm pretty booked, I'm in Las Vegas right now at Caesars Palace doing a lot of shows so I won't be at the Super Bowl."
"But I love Madonna and know her well," she continued. "I know she'll do just fine, she doesn't need any luck. She's going to do her thing, she's going to do what she does best, she's going to give us something for us to remember. She's going to be great, just fine."
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Celine also opened up about how she's balancing life with twin one-year-olds Eddie and Nelson, and her Las Vegas show. "My schedule is hard because I sing at night and I want to be with my babies during the day and I have twins and they are not sleeping good," the working mom shared.
"They are in my room and they wake up five-six times a night. Two babies, so that mean 10 to 12 times a night. I can't let them cry," she says, breaking into Bob Marley's No Woman, No Cry. "I can't let them cry so I wake up, and [say], 'It's okay.' [They] want to be with mommy and mommy wants to be with them, and then the next day, sometimes it's hard, for me too."
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Celine was interviewed in Montego Bay, Jamaica, where she performed at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival with the support of the Jamaica Tourist Board.