Canadian songstress Celine Dion is not giving up hopes for a second child after four unsuccessful rounds of in vitro fertilisation. Dion says in an interview with America's People magazine that she will "try until it works."
Dion, 41, has had three failed IVF attempts and announced last November that she had a miscarriage. To increase her chances of a successful pregnancy, Dion gives herself daily hormone shots and endures the overwhelming emotions that come and go with them. The 'My Heart Will Go On' singer believes that "five's (her) lucky number... so this is the time it's got to (work)."
According to Dion, she and her husband - who is also her manager of nearly three decades - Rene Angelil, 68, "go crazy" waiting for the results after each try. Dion says, despite her unsuccessful attempts so far, she stays positive and focuses her energies on their nine-year-old son Rene-Charles, who is doing well in his new school.
Dion has a new concert film and family documentary called 'Celine: Through the Eyes of the World' that will be released on 17 February. She has also recently agreed to a three year multi-million dollar deal to return to the Colosseum in Las Vegas' Caesars Palace. This will be her second show, after the highly successful 'A New Day...' stage show, and will kick off on 15 March 2011.