Quebec music icon Céline Dion will honour the victims of the attacks in Paris at Sunday's American Music Awards.
ABC and Dick Clark Productions say that Dion will perform a rendition of Edith Piaf's Hymne à L'Amour in French at the ceremony to pay tribute to those affected by last week's attacks.
American Music Awards producer Larry Klein says the ceremony's producers wanted to show solidarity.
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Hymne à L'Amour was written by Piaf as a tribute to lover Marcel Cerdan. He died in a plane crash in 1949.
Jennifer Lopez is set to host and perform at Sunday's fan-favourite ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Other performers include Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Coldplay, One Direction and Carrie Underwood.
Toronto R&B singer The Weeknd is also set to perform, with Stratford, Ont. pop star Justin Bieber slated to close out the ceremony with a medley of his hits.
The awards air at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.