Celine Dion has shared a lot of memorable moments on stage with her fans but we have a feeling being humped by one isn’t something she ever expected. But that’s exactly what happened when she was performing at one of her shows in Las Vegas on Friday. Everything was going along as planned when Celine first invited the female fan to join her on stage at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, however it soon became clear the woman was pretty tipsy. Celine tried to style things out as she said: ‘Let me tell you something. I’m glad you came up onstage tonight. I’m glad that… I thought you just wanted to come closer to me. But you know what, I’m glad you came closer to me.’
And that’s when her new pal decided to wrap her leg around poor Celine and started to dry hump her. Naturally her fans reacted with a mix of shock and amusement while Celine’s security guards rushed up on stage to try and get the fan away from her. But Celine told them to stop and kept her fan calm by saying that the security guards were her ‘friends’. At this point, it seems one of the fan’s friends tried to talk some sense into her as they shouted: ‘Barbara, be a lady.’ The bizarre situation kept going as Celine invited her fans to pray with her and did her best to console her fan while subtly moving her to the side of the stage. Eventually the woman was helped off the stage by security guards and Celine carried on with the show like an absolute trooper and turned the scenario into an opportunity to remind everyone to be kind to one another.
She said: ‘You know what, some people go through a lot and some people need to talk. ‘And I want to say thank you to all of you because for maybe five minutes we have given this lady a moment to talk.’ Fans watching the clip on YouTube couldn’t believe how amazing Celine was about the whole thing as one wrote: ‘I’m impressed. She handled that well and with class. Hats off to Celine Dion. Bravo.’

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