Celine Dion’s Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

Celine Dion’s Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

The Canadian-born superstar has earned five Grammy Awards, including album of the year for Falling Into You and record of the year for “My Heart Will Go On,” while her performance of “Beauty and the Beast,” with Peabo Bryson, the title song from the 1991 Disney animated film (before the new live-action version starring Emma Watson), earned the two singers the Grammy for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal.

“Heart” and “Beauty” also earned Academy Awards and Golden Globe Awards for best original song in their respective years (awarded not to Dion but to their songwriters, although Dion performed the ballads at those ceremonies).

In 2016, Dion was honored with the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards.

Celine Dion’s Biggest Hot 100 Hits
1, “Because You Loved Me,” peak position No. 1 (six weeks), peak date March 23, 1996
2, “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now,” No. 2, Oct. 26, 1996
3, “The Power of Love,” No. 1 (four weeks), Feb. 12, 1994
4, “I’m Your Angel” (R. Kelly and Celine Dion), No. 1 (six weeks), Dec. 5, 1998
5, “Where Does My Heart Beat Now,” No. 4, March 2, 1991
6, “My Heart Will Go On,” No. 1 (two weeks), Feb. 28, 1998
7, “That’s the Way It Is,” No. 6, March 4, 2000
8, “If You Asked Me To,” No. 4, July 11, 1992
9, “All by Myself,” No. 4, April 5, 1997
10, “Beauty and the Beast” (Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson), No. 9, April 18, 1992
11, “A New Day Has Come,” No. 22, May 4, 2002
12, “Misled,” No. 23, June 18, 1994
13, “When I Fall in Love” (Celine Dion and Clive Griffin), No. 23, Sept. 25, 1993
14, “(If There Was) Any Other Way,” No. 35, June 1, 1991
15, “Nothing Broken But My Heart,” No. 29, Oct. 3, 1992

Celine Dion’s Biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through the April 3, 2021, ranking. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.