Celine Dion has reached out to Adele to request a duet. Dion revealed she is a “big fan” of Adele and said she would love for them to team up.
The award-winning singer launched her bid on the British show Lorraine, where she sang her request to the tune of Adele’s hit single “Hello.” She sang: “Adele, hello, it’s me. I was wondering if you can sing a song with me, anywhere, anytime.” She added: “I’m a big fan.”
Dion – who presented the Song of the Year Grammy to Adele this year – has collaborated with a host of musicians including Pink and Sia, who she revealed has written three songs for her. “I want to experiment,” she said. “I’m working with collaboration. SIA wrote me three songs. What a fighter what a writer what a vocalist – and her creativity is freaking me out.”
Dion also opened up about losing her husband René Angélil to cancer last year, and said despite feeling “very strong” she feels she will “grieve for the rest of my life.” She said her 1997 hit “My Heart Will Go On” have, which was featured on Oscar winning film, Titanic, has “absolutely” taken on new meaning following Angélil’s death. “When my husband passed it became our song,” she said. “I used to sing it for the fans but now I sing it for us. When I look at the fans they look at me and they know I sing it for him.”