Céline Dion Says It’s Jack Dawson’s Fault He Didn’t Fit On The Door In ‘Titanic’
Céline Dion is equally as important in the 1997 movie Titanic as Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet – there really would be no iconic film without the glorious pan flute solo from her song ‘My Heart Will Go On’.
Thus, this makes all of her expert opinions on the flick highly valid, and she’s finally had a say in one of the most heated debates in all of Film’s History: Why the fk didn’t Rose move over on the door in the freezing ocean to fit Jack?
If she had taken such a small move, the love of her life could have survived freezing to death. Simple.
Céline appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the late-night host finally got the answers we all deserve.
“Céline, I always try to ask you a good Titanic question every time you’re here because I know you probably love those,” Jimmy told the singer, before posing whether Jack could have lived if “Rose just scooted over a little bit.”
“First of all, if you look closely [at] the picture, Rose is maybe dead or totally frozen, and she’s not quite all there, okay? Second of all, he doesn’t need an invitation. Come on, baby! Make himself comfortable. Jump in. You know?” 51-year-old Céline said.
“And then who did not think about this guy who is in the middle of the frozen ocean and that maybe all his body is so frozen that he didn’t have the strength to…” she continued before launching into 'Jump For My Love' by the Pointer Sisters – now that is iconic.
So true, Céline. If Jack really wanted to live, he definitely would have shoved Rose over a little and clambered on – she didn’t need to tell him that.
Plus, wouldn’t each other’s body heat also help them live?
Basically, the answer is Yes. Yes, Jack Dawson could have fit on the door. But it’s also his fault.
Though we have a final result, this tragedy is still gonna keep us up at night.
- Tait McGregor
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