Celine Dion in South Africa
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This concert film showcases more than Celine's music. For the first time, fans also get an inside look at the family's personal moments and their global journey, which included an emotional day at a German concentration camp and Celine's first trip to South Africa.

While in Cape Town, Celine visited the jail cell that once housed Nelson Mandela and met the former president in person. "That was one of the greatest moments, first of all, to meet with him. To have my son sit on his lap, have my mom by his side, to share a few words with him," she says. "It was just a very emotional moment."

Celine says she and her family took their time in each country, which is why the tour lasted more than a year.

"We wanted to make it ... a family adventure," she says. "To learn and see the beauty of the world."
FROM: Celine Dion's Showstopping Surprise
Published on February 10, 2010

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