Céline Dion Recreates the Legendary ‘Titanic’ Scene in Las Vegas

Celine Dion and James Corden recreated a romantic scene from the legendary movie "Titanic" at the Bellagio Fountains while she performed her hit song “My Heart Will Go On.”

Bellagio’s beautiful fountains are one of Las Vegas’ landmarks that inspire creativity, romance, and tourism. The fountains are choreographed with lights and music to spellbind admirers. No wonder Celine Dion picked this fantastic sight to film a carpool karaoke with James Corden.

James Corden is the Host for "The Late Night Show". Earlier he posted on Instagram a picture of Celine Dion and himself in a car suggesting that the Superstar will be doing a Carpool Karaoke with him.

Celine Dion Daily on Twitter confirmed that Celine was indeed filming a Carpool karaoke with James. The twitter account posted videos of the Canadian Vocalist and "The Late Night Show" host singing their hearts out and having fun.

She and James recreated the scene from “Titanic” while performing her all-time hit song “My Heart Will Go On.” This exceptional song was also a theme song in the “Titanic”.

In the videos, Celine Dion was wearing a blue coat with a blue scarf around her neck while James was wearing a dirty blond coat. The Canadian vocalist and James Corden were also seen striking the poses Kate Winslet, and Leonardo DiCaprio did in the movie Titanic.

They stood at the bow of a small vessel with railings, arms around each other as they passed the fountains. Standing at the bow made it look a lot like the Iconic scene from "Titanic," where Jack and Rose stood and the theme song “My Heart Will Go On” played. Only this time Celine Dion was performing it live.

The movie was about a seventeen-year-old high-class aristocrat that fell in love with a poor artist aboard. Kate Winslet played "Rose" while Leonardo Dicaprio played "Jack" in the movie. Rose and Jack were Lovers, engaged to be married before their ship sunk.

 

The Titanic Movie was written and directed by James Cameron. It was reported that the movie initially released in 1997 grossed $2.2 billion in theaters and made $1.2 billion from Video and DVD sales and rentals. 

According to "Box office Mojo", the movie only had a production budget of $200 million and the overall current gross is now $2,187,463,944.