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Celine Dion rocks out to Bon Jovi at hockey game, reads starting lineup in Boston Bruins locker room

Celine Dion rocks out to Bon Jovi at hockey game, reads starting lineup in Boston Bruins locker room

The singer was in great spirits, blowing kisses and waving on the Jumbotron.

It doesn’t matter who you are — no one can resist rocking out to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.” Not even Celine Dion

The “My Heart Will Go On” singer found herself stomping along to the 1986 hit — and even playing air guitar! — at a hockey game between the Boston Bruins and the New York Rangers in Boston on Thursday, as shown in a clip from the event shared on social media. 

In a separate video, Dion could be seen smiling, waving, and blowing kisses to the cheering crowd when she appeared on TD Garden’s Jumbotron.

<p>Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty</p> Celine Dion and her sons after the Boston Bruins game

Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty

Celine Dion and her sons after the Boston Bruins game

Dion attended the game with her twin sons, Eddy and Nelson, and even stopped by the Bruins’ locker room to fire up the players before they took to the ice. In a clip the team posted on X (formerly Twitter), Dion could be seen singing, dramatically walking around the room, and poking fun at some of the athletes as she read their starting lineup. 

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"Thank you so much for getting ready for me tonight," she teased one of the players, who had not, in fact, gotten dressed yet. As his teammates burst into laughter, she added, “No problem.”

The team captioned the post, “Now, THAT'S a legendary lineup read.”

Dion also posed for pictures with the Bruins’ mascot, Blades, as well as the team’s goalie, Linus Ullmark, who unintentionally sported a peach-colored outfit similar to what the Grammy winner was wearing. But despite her cheering them on, the Bruins ended up losing to the Rangers 5-2. 

A passionate hockey fan, Dion showed her support for the Edmonton Oilers when they played against the Vegas Golden Knights last month. The team shared a video of her on Instagram earlier this month that featured Dion expressing just how “exciting” the game was to her. 

“Those big guys, like, just on flat shoes,” she said. “I cannot imagine on skates with all the equipment going like...”

Dion made her first public appearance after announcing she’d been diagnosed with stiff person syndrome, a rare neurological condition that causes painful muscle stiffness and body spasms, when she attended a game between the Montreal Canadiens and the Vegas Golden Knights in November.

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