The road to becoming a remarkable attraction typically finds the artist focusing on one discipline. However, with Morgane Latouche her multiple prodigious talents and passion for entertaining has driven her to success around the globe where she has captivated audiences in Dance, Acting and Vocal Performance.

 

     Morgane was born and raised in France. At the age of five, she began her intensive dance training which included the styles of Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary. Her professional career began at the age of nineteen when she became a Corps de Ballet Dancer at Rosella Hightower’s Young Ballet of Cannes.

 

After her role in Swan Lake at the Grand Theater of Limoges, Morgane decided to leave ballet and embark on a new journey where she auditioned for the Paradis Latin Cabaret in Paris and was immediately hired as a Showgirl in the Revue “Paradis d’Amour”. While performing in the Revue, Morgane’s artistic talents shined, leading them to ask her to understudy the role of the lead dancer. Morgane’s dancing career was beginning to take off and she found herself performing for the Opening of the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, in a show put together by "Etoile" Dancer and choreographer Kader Belarbi, assisted by Laurence Fanon. Out of all the dancers that were cast, Morgane was one of the few dancers chosen to perform alongside "Etoile" Dancer Marie-Agnes Gillot in some of the numbers of the show. Morgane, then danced in some of the most famous and prestigious cabaret theaters in Europe—Lido de Paris and the Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin, Germany, as well as traveling as the lead dancer with Norwegian Cruise Line. The unique opportunity to perform as a dancer in a Bollywood movie called Jhoom Barabar Jhoom featuring actor Abhishek Bachchan and actress—and Miss Universe—Preity Zinta came calling in 2006. Morgane enjoyed her experience with the movie and was eager to learn more so she began studying at Acting International in Paris, France.

 

     Morgane’s exceptional dancing and performing abilities eventually led her to the United States where she was a dancer at Jubilee! Las Vegas. It was there she was chosen by choreographer Frank Gatson to be featured in the role of Delilah. While also in Las Vegas, Morgane was privileged to be a backup dancer for DJ Tiesto and DJ Kaskade during their respective residencies in popular Vegas nightclubs. Morgane also had the exciting opportunity to choreograph for DJ Kaskade. To finish up her dancing career, Morgane was a backup dancer for Jennifer Lopez during Fashion Rocks in New York in 2014. 

 

     The departure from dance signified the beginning of a new chapter for Morgane. Since moving to Las Vegas, different people had been telling the gifted performer that her melodic vocals reminded them of Celine Dion. Her vocal coach, Kimberly Kanitz, suggested that Morgane consider being a Celine Dion impersonator. From that moment, Morgane began working on Celine’s songs, studying her mannerisms and finding the perfect designers to work on her costumes. In addition to her remarkable Celine Dion transformation, Morgane lends her vocals to Jazz bands and concedes that her favorite styles of music are actually Rock and Blues because she loves any type of song that requires having guts, vocal technique and sensitivity as an artist. “That’s why I love Celine, she’s unafraid—always 100% and her range of emotion is always an inspiration,” Morgane admiringly admits. The dedication and detail that Morgane puts into her performances even aided her in being awarded “Best Female Performance” at the Rumi Music Awards in May 2015. When Morgane isn’t performing as Celine Dion, she can be found serenading guests as a sovereign Singing Gondolier at The Venetian Hotel.