Sia Wrote Three New Songs For Celine Dion, Wants To Duet With Adele

If anyone can spot talent, it's Celine Dion.

In 2013, Sia submitted a demo of a song titled "Loved Me Back to Life," and it spoke so much to the Grammy Award winning singer that she listened to it 20 times in a row and felt compelled to record it herself. “I not only fell in love with the song and the words, but also with Sia’s absolutely beautiful voice: It’s so powerful – like nothing I had ever heard,” said Dion at the time. “Her words spoke to me and I just couldn’t get enough of her voice.”

Earlier this year, Dion covered Sia's “My Love” in a clip to honor the one-year anniversary of husband René Angélil's death. Then unexpectedly covered "Cheap Thrills" at one of her shows in Vegas. The two share a connection together, and they have more in store for us.

During a new interview with Dan Wootton on Lorraine, Dion revealed Sia has written three more songs for her. "What a fighter, what a writer, what a vocalist," she said, "and her creativity is freaking me out."

Also on Dion's radar? Adele. In the same chat, she mentions being a "big fan" of the 25 singer and even asks Adele in song form if they can sing together.

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