Canadian songstress Céline Dion shot to superstardom with hit songs like “My Heart Will Go On” and “Because You Loved Me,” but the 49-year-old is a lot more than just a talented artist.
Dion is also a loving mother to three sons, 16-year-old René-Charles Angélil and her 6-year-old twins, Nelson and Eddy Angélil.
But the close-knit family has had a difficult few years.
In January 2016, Dion lost her loving husband and father to her children, 73-year-old music producer René Angélil, to cancer.
Dion is now working to stay strong in the face of tragedy in order to set an example for her boys. The singer recently told People:
“They’re really well because I’m strong. I’m sounding pretentious but if I don’t show them the way, they will question it. ‘Papa is not coming back but Papa is in your heart.'”
It now seems that the mother of three is starting to get back in good spirits.
According to the Montreal Gazette, Dion attended one of her 16-year-old son’s hockey games on Monday at the Terrebonne Arena in Montreal.
The Candian songstress seems to have some more free time after she officially wrapped up her 12th concert tour on August 5.
And a video of the enthusiastic mom cheering on her son at the event has now gone viral thanks to Dion’s hilarious dance moves.
Hockey mom Céline Dion cheering for her son is exactly the pick-me-up we all need this week. pic.twitter.com/NPSZgAZxQs
— Chris Hanna (@Chris_Hanna) August 15, 2017
Dion was spotted busting out some serious dance moves in support of her eldest son and didn’t seem to care if anyone was watching.
Now her carefree spirit is being applauded by Twitter users:
@HereIsDime queen of hockey moms
— joe erbentraut (@robojojo) August 15, 2017
Love this?All that wealth & Fame yet she's so real & humble?
— skylar (@skylarwhite2000) August 15, 2017
Her kid probably pic.twitter.com/JTUjFeNStP
— Action Cat (@actioncatmusic) August 16, 2017
There’s no word whether or not her son’s team actually won the game, but they certainly had plenty of support thanks to the proud mom.
Luckily for her loving boys, it seems that no matter how famous the Canadian singer gets, family always comes first.