She was nominated for two more Félix Awards in 2014 as well: Anglophone Album of the Year (Loved Me Back to Life) and Artist of the Year Achieving the Most Success Outside Quebec, but lost to Arcade Fire in both categories.
Loved Me Back to Life was originally to be titled Water and a Flame, named after another track on the album, "Water and a Flame", written by Australian singer-songwriter Daniel Merriweather along with British musician Eg White, and first performed by Merriweather and Adele.
There's also an implicit embrace of current dance-pop on the title track, which was written in part by Sia, the Australian singer and songwriter whose "Titanium" (made with the producer David Guetta) was one of last year's most vocally ambitious dance-diva hits." Caramanica also complimented Dion's improved delivery: "On this album she's singing with more rhythm, if not more clarity, than usual." Unusually favorable review came from Rolling Stone (by editor Dave Dimartino from Yahoo!
The next day, she sang "Loved Me Back to Life", "Incredible" with Ne-Yo and "Didn't Know Love" during the CBS 15th annual A Home for the Holidays television special that celebrates the joy of adoption by sharing stories of adoption from foster care in order to raise awareness for the cause.
The album includes two duets: "Incredible" with Ne-Yo and "Overjoyed" with Stevie Wonder.
Loved Me Back to Life garnered positive reviews from music critics and has sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide.
Le Journal de Montréal stated that the English album will also contain some songs written by Eg White, who worked with Adele on 19 and 21, some tracks produced by Babyface and a duet with Stevie Wonder on "Overjoyed" which Dion performs during her Las Vegas show.
Dion performed the title song live for the very first time during Céline...