Celine Dion chooses between Justin Bieber and Justin Trudeau

By Sarah Walker

With Céline Dion's triumphant return to the world stage and parade of enviable fashion ensembles, there's been a renewed interest in all things Céline – and we certainly aren't complaining! The latest must-see clip from the Canadian singer is a video she shot with Vogue in which she plays a round of "This or That."

The hilarious spot was filmed in the early morning hours after the 48-year-old performed on the Today show in New York City. The publication's editors report that she's "the most fun to play rapid-fire party games with." A quick gander at the video and it's clear to see why. From her Titanic sweatshirt to Canada's most famous Justins, the superstar doesn't hold back...

Dressed in a beautiful Gucci yellow collared shirt with a black bow, the beautiful blond hilariously sings some of her answers and widely smiles through the rest. The questions asked are of a very serious nature, like "Las Vegas or Montreal" (a.k.a her current home base vs. her hometown), and "Justin Bieber or Justin Trudeau" (Canada's pop icon vs. the Canadian Prime Minister).

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Céline also gets asked a series of questions about fashion, which clearly get the artist excited. She's stepped up her sartorial A-game as of late thanks to her new stylist Law Roach and is now setting trends for fans and the general population alike. Does she prefer pyjamas or pantsuits and which ensemble did she like wearing better: a Balenciaga dress or her Vetements Titanic sweatshirt? The answers may surprise you!

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In the short, the "Power of Love" singer also revealed her plans to get a tattoo in tribute to her late husband, René Angélil. The 73-year-old passed away in January after a long battle with cancer.

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The couple, who were married for 21 years, have three children together, René-Charles, 15, and five-year-old twin sons Eddy and Nelson.

She's set to release her latest French album Encore Un Soir this month, and is also working on a new English album. The latter will feature a track from Pink, which the artist wrote in honour of René.

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