Did You Know?

2014/08/06 2:00AM Canada (English)

In the 1987 Radio-Canada TV special Incognito, Celine charmed the audience with her incredible voice and comical impersonations. Disguising herself as different characters, including a Garbo-like vamp, a Lolita, a goody-goody, a suburban lady, a tomboy and a rock star, she showcased songs from her 'Incognito' album, in addition to comical pieces like "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" and "Chattanooga Choo Choo".

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I haven't seen this but I'll bet its really funny! Would love to see it in its entirety And I, too, didn't know what a couple of those were. LOL! Smile

I have also seen parts of it. Céline is so funny Smile
@Leah: Glad you asked those questions, I thought that my English language skills were too bad to understand those words, but if you don't understand them either, it's probably not me Wink "Chattanooga Choo Choo" is a train (choo choo is the sound that old steam locomotives made). I think the song is about a train going from New York to Chattanooga (Tennessee). As for the Garbo-like vamp, I found this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greta_Garbo (chapter: Silent film stardom (1925–1929)). And for the goody-goody: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/goody-goody. Smile

Haha I love you Celine you're amazing Laughing out loud
I think I've seen this or at least part of it but I'm not sure lol some of it sounds familiar like the suburban lady and the rock star but the others I'm not sure about and what the heck is a Garbo-like vamp and a goody-goody and what does Chattanooga Choo Choo mean lol Wink
YOU'RE THE BEST CELINE I LOVE YOU Laughing out loud

"I don't want to only sing for my fans,
I want to look at them, and I want to talk to them, have fun with them
and that's what my carrier's all about"
~ Céline
I love you so much Céline <3