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Celine saves Billboards and explains how My Heart Will Go On was not originally a part of the 'Titanic'

Celine Dion saved the annual Billboard Music Awards that were held  in Las Vegas Sunday night.  The Canadian vocal diva added seasoning to an otherwise bland show singing "My Heart Will Go On" in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the classic movie, "The Titanic."  Until Dion hit the stage in a regal white gown with exaggerated bouffant sleeves, caged by a rounded curtain of crystal beads that looked like a chandelier, the performances were typical.  The entire audience sang along with Dion giving the night its most memorable moment.  While in complete diva mode, the singer gave a Billboard reporter an interview, informing him that he is lucky to get one question because her publicist usually says "no."  She went on to explain that the song was not originally a part of the movie because James Cameron did not want any songs in his movie.  Check out how the song she made famous became a part of the film and became a classic in the clip below.

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