Billboard Music Awards: Céline Dion gives 'Titanic' performance

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Bow to the goddess Céline

Kevin Mazur BBMA2017 via Getty Images Bow to the goddess Céline

Reflecting on the tone of her second studio album, "Places", Lea said: "I've really embraced my sound with this record and my roots of being a theatrical performer and my influences of Barbra Streisand and Céline Dion". See the pics here.

The Hotline Bling hitmaker celebrated his groundbreaking 13 wins at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (21May17) by hanging out with fellow performer Celine backstage, and during their encounter, Drake was caught on camera sharing his tattoo thoughts with the French-Canadian pop legend.

Fans flooded social media with their praise of how Cyrus, 24, is no longer aiming a wrecking ball at anything and everything, including her own personal life.

The special performance marked the 20th anniversary of the ballad, which earned an Oscar and a Golden Globe for best original song in 1997.

Dion said in an interview with The Sun's Dan Wootton in April that "My Heart Will Go On" took on new meaning after her husband, Rene Angelil, died in January 2016.

"It's still number one!"

However, the 49-year-old singer didn't seem too keen on the idea, telling the rapping superstar, "Oh, I don't know", before introducing him to her son René-Charles, who attended the event alongside her.

And before the show, she told E!

"Those women were just sources of inspiration for me, nothing that I felt like I ever had to live up to - but they were incredible inspirations".

"I'm like, a year away from a Celine tat", he added, gesturing to his left ribcage, suggesting that's where he wanted to have the portrait inked.

"It's like when you hear a song", she explained.

Dion had told the press after his death: "Before he left, it was very, very hard for all of us".

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