Music diva, Celine Dion appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and played the famous game Wheel of Impressions and managed to replace Ariana Grande’s bashing impressions of other artists.
On Thursday, Celine Dion went for a fun night out with Jimmy Fallon as they discussed the singers’ career and family as they joked about several subjects, such as Dion’s stay in Las Vegas for over a decade. During the interview, Fallon asked the artist if she had seen Ariana Grande’s impersonation of her. Dion joked a little about Ariana’s way of singing as she said “she’s about this big” pointing to the floor.
The 48-year-old actress continued to express how great Grande’s impersonation was and joked about the singers’ last name. Host Jimmy Fallon, proceed to invite Dion to play “ The Wheel of Musical Impressions,”.
Dion had to play the viral game, in which a random song would be assigned along with the name of another singer. In the first row, she was given the kid’s song “Frére Jacques” and she had to sing as her friend and famous singer Cher.
Although the artist seemed a little nervous, she grabbed the microphone and joked on Cher’s voice as she sang the children’s song in a deep voice. She later joked by singing some parts of the known Cher song “Believe.”
Host Jimmy Fallon had to push the blue button as well and got assigned Drake’s recent single “One Dance”. Only that, he had to sing the song in a Michael-Jackson type of voice. The host had a little bit of help from Dion, as they used “Smooth Criminal’s” rhythm to sing.
After a few minutes of joking in a Michael Jackson voice and Dion joking about the blue button “not being her child,” she pressed the music wheel again and got assigned another child song “Row, Row, Row, your Boat” in a Rihanna’s voice.
Dion stood up, and the show’s band accompanied her by playing Rihanna’s hit song ‘Work,’ the artist continued to sing the child’s song in a Work-rhythm and even ‘twerked’ a little before Fallon told her kids could be watching the show.
Fallon continued to sing in a Johnny Cash voice the song “C is for Cookie” and at last, Dion had to sing “Hush, baby” but as artist Sia.
Dion even stood up and covered her face with her hair, just as Sia does, as she sang “Hush, baby” in a Chandelier-kind-of-rhythm.
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Source: Rolling Stone