Goofball with a golden voice Celine Dion (pictured above kissing an inanimate deer) probably doesn't believe that Miss Piggy is a real person, but she might! Dion is playing it extremely straight in the the press she's been doing for her cameo in Muppets Most Wanted. The pride and joy of Quebec said that her time on the movie's set was "beyond the honor" and marveled at "how alive they are" (meaning the Muppets, which are puppets):
Clown chanteuse Celine Dion recently appeared on the Canadian show Le Banquie (which her site describes as "a Quebec version of American game show Deal Or No Deal"), where she was treated to watching footage of herself rehearsing a song in a bathroom. And I do mean treated: In an oversized reaction, she turns hysterical while herself be her normal weird self. I want to see footage of her reacting to her reactions, and then footage of her reacting to that. I wonder how many it would take her to cease breathing from the exponential hilarity. Something tells me not very many at all.
Celine Dion sat on Jimmy Kimmel's couch for two (two!) whole segments last night (and then later performed her new single). She wasn't as goofy as one might expect, though sometimes hilarious regardless — Kimmel pointed out that the titular command of her new song "Love Me Back to Life" is technically impossible to pull off, but Dion vehemently disagreed, citing the scenario of a bunch of people praying around a hospital bed while someone was in a coma as an example of loving someone back to life. For Celine, all drama is melodrama. Life is but a soap opera.
Céline Dion started a new leg of her latest Las Vegas residency show last weekend and her setlist included a cover of Adele's ubiquitous "Rolling in the Deep," which you can hear above.