The American Popular and star Singer Celine Dion and James Corden has today 25th Monday March, 2029 recreate iconic Titanic Scene sailing in the Las Vegas.
Her residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas may not go on past the first week of June, but her heart will.
And on Friday, Celine Dion gave a special rendition of her most famous song as she sailed through the fountains in front of the Bellagio with late night talk show host James Corden.
The pair recreated the iconic scenes from blockbuster movie Titanic for which Dion supplied the hit theme My Heart Will Go On.
The French Canadian superstar was dressed in a high-neck blouse and a blue coat with her hair in a bun.
Corden wore a dirty blonde wig and a gray overcoat.
Dion, 50, and Corden, 40, stood at the bow of a small vessel with railings to make it look like the bow of the Titanic in James Cameron’s 1997 film.
They struck poses reminiscent of Titanic stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio as they cruised across the casino’s lake with cameras rolling.
Corden had hinted that he was working with Dion in an Instagram post.
The British actor and comedian shared a close-up photo of the two of them riding in the front seats of a luxury vehicle.
The post suggested that Dion was filming a Carpool Karaoke segment for his late night show.
Dion’s reps confirmed to the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the singer will be appearing on The Late Late Show on or around May 20.
Meanwhile, the hitmaker’s show Celine at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace will have its final curtain call on June 8
At the time of its release, Titanic was the most expensive film ever made with a rumored budget of $200 million.
DiCaprio and Winslet starred as Jack, a penniless artist, and Rose, upper-class young lady engaged to be married, who are traveling on the ‘unsinkable’ ocean liner’s maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.
The two fall in love and then tragedy strikes when the ship strikes an iceberg.
Titanic grossed $2.187 billion in theatrical release and is the fifth highest-grossing movie ever in North America, according to Box Office Mojo.