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Thursday 18 December 2014

Celine Dion on her shoe cravings

Celine Dion has been talking about her love of shoes
Celine Dion has been talking about her love of shoes

Celine Dion has revealed she has more than 3,000 pairs of shoes and admits she will do anything to fit into a pair of shoes she likes.

The My Heart Will Go On singer told TV presenter Katie Couric she doesn't know the exact number she owns any more, joking: "I stopped counting, because I'm not good with math!"

And Celine revealed she has learned to fit her feet into all sizes of shoes she falls in love with.

The singer said: "I go to the store, and I'm like, 'I really like those ones,' and they're like, 'What size?' And I'm like, 'Oh no, you don't understand. I want them, so what size do you have? I'll make it work, baby. I'll make it work!' From 5 to 10, it works!"

And the 45-year-old singer's passion for shoes appears to run in the family, as she shared a picture on the show of one of her young sons wearing a pair of her black stilettos.

Celine revealed: "One of my sons, Nelson, is two-and-a-half, and he walks better in heels than me! I don't know how he does it, but I'm not the only one in the family who loves shoes."

The Canadian singer previously told a magazine: "Some people do drugs, I do shoes."

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