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Céline Dion Surprised Fans With Karaoke of Her Own Music at Drag Bar

Céline Dion Surprised Fans With Karaoke of Her Own Music at Drag Bar

Céline Dion Surprised Fans With Karaoke of Her Own Music at Drag Bar

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Céline Dion sure knows how to make an album release memorable!

The iconic singer stopped by Lips Drag Queen Show Palace in NYC last night, where a karaoke contest of her greatest hits was being held in anticipation of the release of her new album, Courage.

According to ET, fans didn’t know Céline would be swinging by the event, and her midnight arrival was a welcome shock.

She took the stage to an outpouring of thrilled cheers, where she was quickly surrounded by queens in Céline drag as it was announced that Courage had officially dropped.

“I’m so excited, and I’m so honored that you’re here tonight. I want to thank you so very much for your support throughout the years. It means a lot,” she told the crowd.

The superstar acknowledged that the album, which is her first English language album in six years, had “been a long process,” and noted that she hopes her late husband René, who passed away in 2014, will like it.

“I hope you like it as well, of course,” she added. “I put my heart into it.”

But after leaving the stage, it wasn’t long before the diva returned, unable to leave the precious crowd without joining in on the karaoke competition with a rendition of her own song, “Flying on My Own.”

 

 

The audience was all too happy to help Céline out with her performance, taking part in a night none of them are likely to forget any time soon.

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.