Celine Dion Slays Mimicry Of Cher, Sia, Rihanna On Tonight Show

Celine Dion recently entertained the entire world when she visited The Tonight Show on Thursday night to try her hand at the famous “Wheel of Impressions” with host Jimmy Fallon that allows stars mimic other super stars.

The legendary singer seemed to have stepped up from agony after a painful year as she lost her husband, Rene Angelil, to cancer in January.

It all started the moment she walked onto the stage in her cute silver dress. On hitting the stage of the Tonight Show, the 48-year-old singer at first gave the audience the impression of not being interested in trying the game out, but once the game started, she gave it a flawless shot.

She began by imitating longtime friend, Cher, while singing “Frere Jacques.” And then she switched to Cher’s hit “Believe.”

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Even though the song was selected indiscriminately and in a way, Dion made the children’s tune sound like a wonderful song. For her next cover, Drake’s “One Dance,” she called Fallon to join her in a Michael Jackson-style version.

Dion combined “Smooth Criminal” with Fallon’s cover of the Drake tune and somehow viewers ended up with the duet of the century they never knew they loved.

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She also joined Fallon with his Michael Jackson impression, flattering, “Jimmy are you ok? Are you ok? Are you ok, Jimmy?”

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Rihanna’s “Row Row Row Your Boat” followed next with the Canadian songstress  jumping up and twerking in her silver mini-dress.

“There are children watching, Rihanna,” Fallon teased, asking her to sit down. The “My Heart Will Go On” songstress obviously slayed in the game in which the guest has to perform a random selection of songs in the voice of other celebrated singers.

Dion ended her singing session with “Hush, Little Baby” from singer Sia. She started off slow before belting out the chorus to the tune of Sia’s hit “Chandelier.”

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