25 Years Of ‘The Colour Of My Love’: A Look Back At Celine Dion’s Triumph. Don’t fight your love of Celine Dion. The voice of Dion is too strong. Give in, give in to the colour of her love. You know why? Because she’s talent personified because her voice is clear as a bell because she owns the charts in two official languages because she spells “colour” with a “u” like a true Canadian and because it’s the 25th anniversary of her record, ‘The Colour Of My Love,’ which is one of the bestselling albums of all time. After releasing two albums in English — 1990’s ‘Unison’ and ‘Celine Dion’ in 1992 — Dion was no stranger to success. She had earned three big Top-10 hits with “Where Does My Heart Beat Now”, “If You Asked Me To”, and the Grammy- and Oscar-winning track, “Beauty and the Beast”. But her third English album, ‘The Colour Of My Love’, would propel her to new heights following its release on November 9, 1993. ‘The Colour Of My Love’ spent 149 weeks on the Billboard 200. It spent seven weeks at the top of the U.K. Album chart and for five weeks, the single “Think Twice” and the album topped the UK charts simultaneously, an achievement not realized since the Beatles did it in 1965. The album went to #1 in Ireland, Norway, Belgium, Denmark, and reached the Top 10 in France, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, and the Netherlands. ‘The Colour Of My Love’ won the 1995 Juno Awards for Album of the Year and for Bestselling Album (Foreign or Domestic). Just two of her 20 Juno Awards … and counting!