Celine Dion Gives Birth to Her 2nd, 3rd Children

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Despite having just popped out more kids and, ahem, getting old, Dion is still booked for a three-year concert stint in Las Vegas. Oh, and her nine-year-old son will be a teenager soon.

Actually, speaking of old people, Rene Angelil, Celine's husband and the father of the twins is 68 years old. That's gross. What are those kids going to think when they hit double digits in age, and their dad is almost 80 years old? I don't even want to think about that.

I'm sure that Rene will have fun babysitting the kids every single night beginning in March.

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