Celine Dion is well know for her international star power, one-of-a-kind sound and super-stylish renaissance, but this week the singer showed off her impression skills during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
On Thursday night's instalment of the US chat show, Jimmy invited Celine, 48, to play Wheel of Musical Impressions, the game which involves celebrities singing well-known songs in the style of other artists.
Celine's first task was to perform "Frère Jacques" in the style of Cher and she nailed it – even managing to remix the song with a bit of her friend and fellow singer's hit "Believe". She then took on classic nursery rhyme "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" as Barbadian beauty Rihanna, before ending the game with a Sia-inspired rendition of "Hush, Little Baby".
She was on the show to promote new record Encore un Soir, which is Celine's 26th studio album and 12th in French. After an extremely difficult start to 2016, following the deaths of her husband René Angélil and brother Daniel Dion, it's back to business for Celine.
The Think Twice hit maker recently confirmed her next English-language album is coming, and she's been working on a song with Pink. Celine told EW: "She wrote me a song that I'm freaking out about. You cannot be more excited than me, I'll tell you. I am thrilled not only because I am a fan, but because I know her personally and have met her a few times."
Celine revealed how Pink wrote the track for her following her tragic losses in January, and added: "She's a genuine person, and [it was] so generous of her to take the time to write a song for me during the most difficult time of mine."