Celine Dion Has Some Adorably Celine Dion-ish Thoughts About Miley Cyrus

“I don’t have a problem [with Miley Cyrus] but I feel sorry for a lot of young kids today that they have to go that far to express themselves that way, or to get the attention, I don’t know. I think it’s sad for me when you go that far. As a mom, as a parent, I look at it like this: You go to the movies and you can’t even see a ‘Casino Royale’ or a James Bond movie because there’s a love scene in it and you need to be 16 years old. You’re like, ‘Oh, okay.’ And you open the television and it’s in their face. So it’s a lot. I feel like it’s hard for the parents to raise the children because it’s like the reality of the society of what’s going on, there is so much. Is it going to be something surreal to [get dressed] now? Normally it’s supposed to be the other way around. It’s like wow. I mean, I’m going to start looking like a nun or something. I’m glad that I’m not starting my career now because I feel for those kids … And that’s why I’m not competing with the world. Because [I] would be Nun Dion. Sister Dion!”

– Even though I’m so, so tired of talking about Miley Cyrus, I had to share this quote from Celine Dion’s interview in the Toronto Sun because it exemplifies so many reasons that I love Celine: her thoughtfulness, her weird sense of humor (Sister Dion!), her focus on being a mom, the way she says “open the television.” No matter how much the music industry changes, Celine is a strange, wonderful constant. And that is why my heart will always go on belong to her. [ONTD]