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On March 23, a new đoạn phim for the tuy vậy was released to lớn celebrate the 25th anniversary of Dion performing it at the Academy Awards in 1998.
“To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Celine Dion’s biggest hit of all time, this performance focused music đoạn clip has been reimagined, featuring remastered footage in stunning clarity,” reads the video’s mô tả tìm kiếm on YouTube.
“Newly transferred from the original 35mm film reels and assembled in a brand new 4K edit, the đoạn clip features exclusive, never-before-seen footage from the original ‘My Heart Will Go On’ video shoot from 1997.”
The video clip is a feast for the eyes, with a crystal clear picture. It features Dion on a ship, much lượt thích she was in the original video for the song, wearing the same strapless white gown, except the picture unique is so good you could mistake the visual for CGI. Another key difference from the original đoạn phim is the new one does not feature any scenes from “Titanic” cut into it.
“25 years ago this song changed the music industry, thank you very much Céline Dion for transcending with a tuy vậy that will continue lớn be heard forever!” another person gushed.
“Twenty-five years later, this video clip comes khổng lồ us. A new version; new perspective, fresh & original. A message for new generations khổng lồ not let this classic die, & to us khổng lồ relive the nostalgia và passion,” someone else commented.
It also spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and remains Dion’s signature tuy vậy to this day.
Interestingly, Dion has said she didn"t want lớn record the song, but was talked into it by her late husband, Rene Angélil.
“It didn’t appeal to me,” Dion said on "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen" in 2019. “I was probably very tired that day. I don’t know, very tired.”
“And my husband said, ‘Let’s hold on,’” she continued. “He talks to lớn the writer & says, ‘Let’s try to lớn make a little demo,’ và I quý phái the tuy nhiên once & they built the orchestra around it. I never resang it for the recording, actually. So, the demo is the actual recording, but after that I thanh lịch it about three gazillion times.”
Drew Weisholtz is a reporter for xedapdientot.com Digital, focusing on pop culture, nostalgia & trending stories. He has seen every episode of “Saved by the Bell” at least 50 times, longs to perfect the crane kick from “The Karate Kid” and performs stand-up comedy, while also cheering on the new york Yankees and thủ đô new york Giants. A graduate of Rutgers University, he is the married father of two kids who believe he is ridiculous.