We can all add a Celine Dion and Adam Levine holiday song to our wish lists this year, but for now, we will have to settle for a playful holiday-themed picture of the legendary singer with a tiny Adam Levine “elf” standing on her arm.
In the hilarious Instagram post, Celine wrote, “Levine-on-Celine #myelf #elfontheshelf @adamlevine -TC” an obvious tribute to the hugely popular elf on the shelf.
Fans of the duo LOVED it, and responded with things like “should we expect a collaboration” and “collab tease.” Fingers Crossed!
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As you know, the insanely popular kid’s Christmas toy “Elf On the Shelf” has been a holiday staple in many homes around the world to get kids (and parents) ready for Santa Claus’ arrival. Celine Dion showed us her festive creativity through her “Levine-on-Celine” theme. Can you image an Adam Levine themed elf? The adults of the world would definitely play into the “good behavior” game!
Now back to the possible song! Celine and Adam’s Levine fans alike are already beginning to hear a potential Christmas classic or anticipated collaboration between the two stars.
For now, Celine Dion fans are anxiously anticipating a rescheduled World Tour.
“I know how difficult this year has been for so many of us, and we are all looking forward to better days ahead. I want to thank you for being so patient over the past few months while the team has been working on rescheduling our North American dates. Finally, we have some news, and I can’t wait to sing and dance with all of you again!” she wrote on Instagram.
Maybe just give us a “My Heart Will Go On” duet from these two incredible singers?! Come on Santa!
At the time, Celine’s “Courage” album was released and she told fans — “The word courage means something quite different to me. It belongs to the doctors, the nurses, the first responders, and all of the essential workers who are serving the needs of the world, under the most difficult of circumstances. These brave souls are the definition of ‘courage’, and there are no words to express our deep gratitude for all that you do. Last but not least, I offer strength and courage to all those who have lost loved ones and continue to suffer as we wait for science and medicine to get us through to the other side, wish and hoping for brighter days ahead”.