Celine Dion proved once again that she's a class act as she kept her cool as an overexcited fan humped her during a recent performance.
The 49-year-old Canadian singer got quite a surprise during her concert at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas on Friday when she invited the female fan onstage with her.
In footage captured by a fan in the audience, the woman - who appears to be intoxicated - approaches the Power Of Love hitmaker and gets a little too close for comfort, the Daily Mail reports.
"Let me tell you something. I'm glad you came up onstage tonight," Dion tells the woman.
"I'm glad that... I thought you just wanted to come closer to me. But you know what, I'm glad you came closer to me," Dion adds, barely getting the sentence out before the woman launches herself at the songstress.
The overexcited fan then proceeds to wrap her leg around Dion who gasps as the woman then begins to hump her.
"I love you, you love me," Dion starts singing, trying to detract from the bizarre moment.
A member of her security team finally approaches to pull the woman away but Dion assures him that it's fine.
With that the fan then grabs the microphone and growls "don't touch me" at Dion's bodyguard Olivier.
Keeping very calm, considering the strange behaviour, Dion then keeps the woman's focus on her, looking into her eyes and telling her: 'We're going to pray. This is 2018,
"2018, we're gonna make a change," she adds while ushering her security away.
After a few moments of chatting with the fan Dion eventually guides her off the stage escorted by her security team.
As she got on with the show the singer thanked her audience for their patience.
The video emerged as Dion canceled her show the following day due to a "nasty virus".
TMZ reported that the cancellation had nothing to do with the incident that took place during her show Friday.