Celine Dion graced the stage of The Voice finale twice on Tuesday night, delivering a pair of inimitable vocal performances.

Celine Dion On 'The Voice'

Dion’s first appearance on the reality singing competition’s stage was with the show’s eventual winner, Tessanne Chin. When the contestant realized that she was going to sing a song with the musical legend, she broke down in happy tears. The pair sang Celine’s upbeat 1992 hit “Love Can Move Mountains.”

She is my idol! I remember watching everything she has done since I was a 12-year-old girl,” Chin told HollywoodLife.com following the performance. “She is a woman that I hold regard for. I want to thank her for inspiring me and making me feel that this is possible. Her story is such a story — she is so inspiring with 14 brothers and sisters and living a very modest lifestyle and look at her now! She has everything! She is a mommy and a wife, and that is something I want in my life. I want that balance!”

After her duet with Chin, Dion came back on stage to sing her new hit single “Incredible” with Ne-Yo, who wrote the song off her latest album Loved Me Back to Life. It’s an honor and a pleasure to sing with Celine Dion, but it is not an easy thing,”

OneRepublic, Lady Gaga and Paramour also served as guest performers on The Voice finale. All four judges – Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, Cristina Aguilera and Adam Levine – all took their turns at the mike as well.

– Chelsea Regan

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