Last night's 2016 Grammys "In Memoriam" segment seriously tugged on our heartstrings.
The show honored late music manager René Angélil by playing his widow Céline Dion's iconic love anthem "My Heart Will Go On" as his headshot flashed in the background — and the emotional tribute was absolutely beautiful.
Just weeks before René's death at age 73 on Thursday, Jan. 14 after a long battle with throat cancer, his family, friends and fans gathered for a public wake and memorial service at Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, Québec. He was additionally honored by his wife in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
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Céline and her children later released an emotional statement thanking their fans for their support. "My family and I are deeply touched by the outpouring of love and support from so many people who have touched our lives during these past few days. We have felt your love for René, and your prayers and compassion have helped us during this most difficult time... more than you'll ever know. I thank you from the bottom of my heart," the 47-year-old singer wrote in a message posted on her official website.
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