Celine Dion fans who missed the beloved pop diva's TV appearance, which aired Dec. 31 on “New Year's Eve with Steve Harvey: Live from Time's Square,” need not fret. The five-time Grammy winner belted out a sizzling rendition of “River Deep Mountain High,” during her appearance on the Fox holiday special, which fans can view above.
The legendary Canadian international superstar's performance was posted Jan. 1 via Celine Cafe's YouTube channel. The multi-platinum seller joined a star-studded line-up which also included performances by Maroon 5, Zac Brown Band and Neil Diamond along with numerous others top artists.
Unlike some other performers, who froze their tail feathers performing outdoors in the frigid weather at in New York at Times Square, Dion's performance was previously recorded on Nov. 25 in Las Vegas, during her hugely successful residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
In the 3:14 minute video clip, the audience screams their approval as cameras segue from an exterior shot of Caesars Palace to the stage at The Colosseum while Dion's orchestra hammers out the familiar opening riffs to the classic 1966 Tina Turner single. Dion's voice is in top form as she sings, “When I was a little girl/I had a rag doll/Only doll I've ever owned.”
Although the “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker was busy performing in Las Vegas over the holiday season, she took time to tape special video message to wish everyone season's greetings, which fans can check out here. While performing on Dec. 31 in Las Vega at The Colosseum, the French-Canadian chanteuse also chatted live briefly with hosts Anderson Cooper & Andy Cohen, during a segment of “New Year’s Eve Live on CNN," which can be viewed here.
Fans can still catch Dion during her winter residency in Sin City, which continues through Jan. 20. Her next appearance will take place Jan 2 in Las Vegas at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Get your tickets now at AXS.
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