Celine Dion comes out of silence: moved by the death of Carlos Marin (Il Divo), she salutes his memory

The news came as a shock to all Il Divo fans: singer Carlos Marin is dead. After being hospitalized in Manchester, he went away at 53, swept away by the coronavirus pandemic according to information from the Mail Online. The tributes have multiplied and even the singer Celine Dion spoke, she who has been at rest for months.

On her Twitter account, the Quebec diva published a message to react to the death of Carlos Marin but also that of Renée Martel, local star of the country version Quebec. “Last weekend we unfortunately lost two great artists … Saturday, Renée Martel, the ‘Queen of Quebec Country’, passed away. Madame Martel, your entire work will continue to live on for generations to come.“, she first commented. Then the star, who has kept a low profile since she announced the postponement of her return on stage because of severe muscle spasms, to also react to the death of Carlos Marin.

She writes : “And yesterday we have lost Carlos Marin, member of Il Divo. Your talent and passion for the stage was magnificent, and working with you has been a real privilege. My deepest condolences to their loved ones. Rest in peace, you will not be forgotten. Celine xx.“Céline Dion had allowed Il Divo – also composed of Urs Bühler (Switzerland), David Miller (United States) and Sébastien Izambard (France) – to increase their notoriety thanks to their duet on the song I Believe in You. An unreleased track appeared on the album best of by Celine Dion released in 2005.

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