They were singing “Halellujah”, but their reactions when Celion Dion joins them is priceless

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In one of the special televised concert, the extraordinary members of The Tenors were performing the famous classical hymn “Hallelujah”. Everyone was mesmerized by their powerful voice and unbelievable talent. But soon after, the entire audience roared in excitement when an unexpected guest sneaked up to join them in the song. The moment SHE joins them, the song takes an exciting turn and leaves everyone gasping and cheering for more.

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The Tenors formerly known as the Canadian Tenors, are a vocal quartet who are mostly famous for operatic pop music that is a mixture of classical and pop. The four extraordinarily talented members of this group are Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters and Clifton Murray. With their talent and skill to manipulate their voice has enchanted everyone till this date.

Watch the performance below to see who joined them in the show. Exquisite!


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50 COMMENTS

  1. This isn’t a hymn, it’s a song written and performed originally by Leonard Cohen. I know that because he’s Canadian it’s hard to give recognition where it’s deserved, but seriously, it would take less than 30 seconds to post accurately.

  2. I Coleen this is your brother June 26 1952 the song is beautiful as you are my sister, my heart is with you Ilove you SIS xxxxx me and Mom

  3. I have no idea what the singing of a word Haleluiah which means Praise The Lord! has to do with the rest of the lyrics to this song. Perhaps the sound is pleasant but the meaning, not so. I do not see how this song praises The Lord. Just a bunch of celebrites admiring each other as they tickle our ears.

  4. “Famous classical hymn, Hallejulah”.

    If you don’t know that this is a Leonard Cohen song, at least google the lyrics of the song before you try to sound intelligent…

  5. It really doesn’t matter who wrote 0it or even why. What should matter is that it has become sung as a hymn, and the Tenors with Celene did an amazingly beautiful rendetion of it.

  6. HE DIDN’T BLAME HIM FOR RUINING THE PERFOMANCE. HE SIMPLY ADJUSTED HIS PLAN AND TURNED A POTENTIALLY DISASTROUS MISTAKE INTO SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL

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