Celine Dion proved that she can sing just about anything.
On Monday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 47-year-old singer agreed to perform lyrics to different rap and pop songs, including Nelly's "Hot in Herre," LMFAO's "Shots," Britney Spears' "Work B**ch" and Missy Elliott's "Work It."
While Dion joked that accepting DeGeneres' challenge could ruin her career, she nailed her performance of every song.
On a serious note, Dion also offered an update on her family after the death of her husband. Renee Angélil, who was also Dion's manager, died of throat cancer in January. He was 73.
"That was his destiny and I still feel extremely fortunate that he has given me three magnificent children," she told DeGeneres. "I‘m well because he’s not suffering anymore. The hardest thing is not to lose somebody you love but to see them suffer."
Dion added, "So for me to know that he is in a place where he doesn’t suffer anyone makes me feel way better."
Last week, Dion released a new song that Pink wrote as a tribute to Angelil, and told ET that the track was "a tool" to help her keep going. Here's more from the singer: