Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli just dropped the lyric video to the song, "The Prayer," but they couldn't have done it without the help of their fans.
Fans of Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli felt the love when the musical powerhouses asked them to partake in the production of the lyric video of their song, "The Prayer."
Singers Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli perform at MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 13, 2015 | Photo: Getty Images
"Thank you fans of the world for your wonderful participation!"
Andrea and Celine teamed up with Lady Gaga and the Chinese concert pianist, Lang Lang, as they closed out the influential "One World: Together at Home" concert earlier this month.
Singers Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion perform at the Central Park, Great Lawn on September 15, 2011 | Photo: Getty Images
It was through that new communication channel that Celine and Andrea could ask their fans to join one another online and sing along to "The Prayer."
After the message, footage soon cut to show dozens of people singing along to the song while holding up different items.
Hello! Magazine reported that while some held up flags that represented their countries of origin, others just wrote out either the song lyrics or things they wanted others to see while watching the clip.
As regards the pair's Global Citizen performance, Today pointed out that Andrea and Celine teamed up with Lady Gaga and the Chinese concert pianist, Lang Lang, as they closed out the influential "One World: Together at Home" concert earlier this month.
Today recalled that Andrea and Celine initially recorded "The Prayer" in two solo versions for the 1998 film "Quest for Camelot." While the "I'm Alive" songstress recorded her version in English, her male counterpart recorded his cover in Italian.
A duet between the two musical powerhouses later appeared on their respective studio albums, "These Are Special Times" and "Sogno."
The song not only earned them a nomination for an Academy Award for best original song in 1999, but it also landed them the Golden Globe Award for best original song.
for the "One World: Together at Home" concert, other acts like the Rolling Stones, Maren Morris, Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, and Taylor Swift had shown people what they were made of.