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Law Roach can't get enough of working with Celine Dion

Law Roach can't get enough of working with Celine Dion”

It's been 20 years since Titanic broke hearts across the world, and Celine Dion is here to make sure they stay broken.

Co-host Vanessa Hudgens and Ludacris went speechless after the stellar performance as the former admitted that she had tears in her eyes while listening to Dion's powerful rendition of the classic song.

After the incredible performance, Dion waved to the cheering crowd. She is still reeling from the demise of her husband Rene Angelil and her brother past year. She then turned to him in the audience and said, "I'm invited, right?"

After 1997's "Let's Talk About Love" became one of the biggest-selling albums of all time, with more than 30 million copies sold, Dion released six more albums, all platinum sellers. The Titanic album spent 16 weeks on top of the Billboard 200, and Let's Talk About Love has sold more than ten million copies in the US, according to the RIAA.

Celine Dion in Stephane Rolland Spring 2017 Couture.

Dion had a tough year last year when she lost her husband after a long battle with throat cancer.

The French-Canadian singer chose to wear an angelic white gown with enormous sleeves that reminded fans of the iceberg that collided with the Titanic in 1912.

The "My Heart Will Go On" hitmaker lost René Angelil to cancer in January a year ago, and Lea - whose boyfriend Corey Monteith died from a toxic combination of heroin and alcohol in 2013 - praised the singer for holding herself with "dignity and respect" throughout the ordeal.



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