Which singer has 13 siblings?
Celine Dion (born 30 March 1968) is a Canadian singer. Dion was born in Charlemagne, Quebec, 15 miles (24 km) northeast of Montreal, the youngest of 14 children of Thérèse, a homemaker, and Adhémar Dion (1923–2003), a butcher, both of French-Canadian descent. Music had always been a major part of the Dion family, and she was named after the song "Céline", which French singer Hugues Aufray had recorded two years before her own birth. On 13 August 1973, at the age of five, the young Céline made her first public appearance at her brother Michel's wedding, where she performed Christine Charbonneau's song "Du fil des aiguilles et du coton".