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Celine Dion Sings “My Heart Will Go On” To Steve Aoki’s EDM Beat! 🎧

The legendary singer helped to raise money for the victims of the recent Las Vegas shootings at Omnia Nightclub

Celine Dion My Heart will go On Las Vegas Benefit Fund Steve aoki EDM
Celine Dion Sings “My Heart Will Go On” To Steve Aoki’s EDM Beat! Photo courtesy of Denise Truscello / Hakkasan Group

The Hakkasan Group hosted an incredible Benefit Concert at OMNIA Nightclub inside Caesars Palace with a surprise appearance by Céline Dion! She was joined onstage by DJ Steve Aoki and the two legends put a twist on Celine’s Titanic hit “My Heart Will Go On to Steve’s EDM beats!

All pictures courtesy of Rukes / Denise Truscello / Aaron Garcia / Hakkasan / Atlantic Images No Use / Reposting Without Permission

In response to the tragic events that took place on October 1 at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the Las Vegas-based hospitality company brought locals, partygoers, and artists together for an eventful evening to raise funds for those affected. Lil Jon and DJ Zedd were also in attendance. 

VIDEO: CÉLINE DION FT. STEVE AOKI – MY HEART WILL GO ON (OMNIA Nightclub) | Nov. 7, 2017

The highly-acclaimed vocalist had the entire room in awe and singing along as she provided guests with an unforgettable and intimate performance experience.

Celine Dion My Heart will go On Las Vegas Benefit Fund Steve aoki EDM
Celine Dion Sings “My Heart Will Go On” To Steve Aoki’s EDM Beat! Photo courtesy of Denise Truscello / Hakkasan Group

Following the incredible rendition, Aoki joined Dion atop of the DJ booth as they both showed off some of their best dance moves, while the packed nightspot collectively basked in the amazing moment. Over $1 million was donated to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.

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Celine Dion Trivia: “My Heart Will Go On” is one of the biggest singles of all time and was the number one worldwide single in 1998.

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