Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Magnanimous Star Celine Dion Helped a Disruptive Fan During Her Show

Magnanimous Star Celine Dion Helped a Disruptive Fan During Her Show

Consider: during a recent performance of her popular Las Vegas show, the iconic vocalist was disrupted onstage when a fan managed to get past security and, in seemingly inebriated fashion, stumble to Dion. "It's 2018. You know what?"

That's when the fan suddenly wraps a leg around her and thrusts her hips, to Dion's clear surprise.

Attempting to detract from the freakish situation, Celine then sang "I love you, you love me", before her security team approached and offered to remove the woman from the stage.

CELINE Dion managed to maintain her ideal poise as an overzealous fan thrust against her onstage in Las Vegas. But you know what, I'm glad you came closer to me. "But you know what, I'm glad you came closer to me".

A security guard comes forward but Dion continues to talk to the woman. 'Look at me. Look at me in the eyes.

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Dion's Quebec media team said they had no details about her health. If you're Celine Dion, on the other hand, you can handle it like the absolute queen that you are.

The audience member who had captured the footage explained in the video's description why Dion had been especially understanding of the woman: her son had a bone marrow transplant and she wanted to come to the stage to urge everyone to become a donor.

'We have something in common, ' Dion tells the woman. To further make light of the situation, Celine turned to a Barney classic, "I Love You", as security showed up. "And we're wearing gold - that's a sign".

"Some people go through a lot and some people need to talk", Dion said.

'Because for maybe five minutes, we had given this lady a moment to talk'. "Thank you so much for your patience".

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