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Celine Dion and James Corden recreate the Titanic in the Bellagio Fountain of Las Vegas for karaoke in shared cars.

Celine Dion and James Corden recreate the Titanic in the Bellagio Fountain of Las Vegas for karaoke in shared cars.
James Cordon met with Saleen Dion in Las Vegas, while concluding the last dates of his residence for almost a decade.

After the latest episode of Carpool Karaoke, our hearts will surely continue!

For the last episode of the Car-Singing Series, on Monday, the line witch, The Late Late Show Host, joined James Cordon and while praising the drama, the acclaimed artist did not give up.

Together, both sang through Dion's biggest hits, in which "It's All Coming Back to Me Now", "I Drove All Night" and "Because You Love Me," as if they were from Las Vegas Removed.

But the singer, 51, and 40-year-old Jordan saved the best moment (and song!) By the end of the 1977 Titan movie "My Heart Will Go On" by Titanic.

When he started the first verse of the award-winning song, Cordon immediately disrupted his song and said: "There is something wrong with it, there is something that is not right". It does not look great enough, you know? "

Clearly Corden, Dion, on the same page as the queen of theatrical performances, confidently says: "I think I have an idea, follow me."

After this, the episode is cut off by the Belazio Fountain in front of the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, where the camera reaches near the Corden, which is behind Dion with its arms wrapped around the edge of a small replica of the white Titanic.

Of course, Corden and Dion were fully committed to their entertainment, so they dressed in both costumes, Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) were dressed in the 1997 romantic film.

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Corden also went to the extra mile to complete the look with a young Decaprio-inspired wig, while Dion was wearing a replica of the Blue Ocean Heart Necklace, which appears in the film (which eventually falls in the fountain like the old rose). at the end of the movie.)

And if those suggestions were not adequately clarified for some audiences, then you can see a buoyant tail hanging behind them on the guardrail of the ship called "Titanic".

Sources shared with their general performance, with a spectacular performance in the background, Corden and Witch explained to the singer's hammer in front of the crowd of Las Vegas, who saw, some buoyant, others confused, with footpaths.

This was not the only flavor of the drone that the witch gave to its audience.

At the beginning of the episode, Corden explains that Dion has the ability to make any song that she sings dramatically.

In order to prove his point, she tells the witch to sing "baby shark", which she does smoothly and with a shock in the chest. "Baby Shark is an incredible version which I think no one will forget," Corden tells the singer.

Later, Corden showed that the quantity of shoes is near Dion (spoiler alert: they are close to 10,000!) And they proceed to give passage to the passersby one by one on the road.

Which is not very happy with the activity, even while joking with Corden said that she "needs alcohol" because she hands over her elegant shoes to many visitors to Vegas.

Dion's episode of Karaoke Carpool comes as she prepares her to end the last week of Las Vegas Residency. Since March 2011, the singer led his production "Celine" in the Colosseum at the Celsor's Palace.

His last concert in Kaiser Palace is scheduled for June 8, 2019.

This is their second production in Las Vegas because their first residence "A New Day ..." was open in March 2003 and continued until December 2007.

Once the show is over, Dion will start his "adventure" world tour in Quebec City on September 18, before making a stop in more than 50 cities in Canada and the United States.