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VIRAL: Celine Dion covers Adele’s hit ‘Hello’

/ 11:39 AM January 06, 2016

Music legend Celine Dion decided to give her fans a treat when she performed Adele’s hit song “Hello” recently.

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During her New Year’s Eve show in Las Vegas, the Canadian singer initially hinted that Adele will join her onstage, eliciting excited shrieks from the crowd.

“Tonight, if I may, I would like Adele to be part of our New Year’s Eve,” Dion said.

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“Don’t panic, she’s not in the building . . . do we need to change the battery (in my microphone)? My microphone kind of lost it a bit. Adele, hello? Hello?” she said before singing the song.

READ: WATCH: Adele pranks Adele impersonators

The video of Dion’s performance has since been viewed more than 3.7 million times since it was posted last Dec. 31.

Some singers who have covered Adele’s hit song include Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas, and Leroy Sanchez.

Adele’s album “25” has already sold 7.44 million copies in 2015, making it the best-selling album of that year. The said album has stayed on the top of the music charts for the past six weeks since it was released last November 20. AJH/CDG

READ: Adele’s ’25’ sells record-breaking 3.38 million copies

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