Celine Dion Surprises The Tenors In Incredible Live Moment On Stage

The Canadian Tenors have a rich history of performances, from dazzling the Queen at Windsor Castle to appearing at prestigious events like the Emmys and the Winter Olympics. But in 2010, they got the surprise of a lifetime on Oprah Winfrey’s show.

During their rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” Oprah shocked them by bringing out their idol, Celine Dion. The Tenors were visibly stunned but quickly recovered, delivering a flawless performance alongside the iconic singer.

The unforgettable moment went viral, garnering over 20 million views on YouTube. Fans praised the Tenors for their genuine reaction and the seamless collaboration with Celine.

Who are the Canadian Tenors? Formed in 2004, the quartet—Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters, Remigio Pereira, and Clifton Murray—has had its ups and downs. They’ve signed with Verve Records, received medals, and appeared on TV shows like Strictly Come Dancing. But in 2016, they faced controversy when one member deviated from the national anthem’s lyrics during a performance, causing backlash.

Despite this, the Canadian Tenors continue to thrive as a trio, with a growing online presence and performances at esteemed venues worldwide. If you haven’t heard their enchanting melodies yet, now’s the time to dive into their musical journey.

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