Celine Dion Wants To Work With Eminem, 'Loved Me Back To Life Singer' Would 'Love To' Collaborate [AUDIO]

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Celine Dion would love to work with Eminem to appease her 12-year-old son Rene-Charles.

"I'm not his favorite singer, for sure," Dion recently told Access Hollywood referring to her son who is a fan of the rapper.

When the show's host, Billy Bush, asked if the songstress would do a song with Eminem she replied, "I'd love to."

If Dion were to collaborate with the Detroit native, it wouldn't be the first time she made a song with someone outside her musical genre. In 1998, she released the song I'm Your Angel, which featured R&B crooner R. Kelly.

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The singer also discussed her son's excitement when he discovered that Sia worked on her newest single called Loved Me Back To Life.

"He couldn't believe it because I'm not cool and I'm not Rihanna," the 45-year-old said. "So he's like 'What? Sia wrote you a song? That must be a mistake. Like, this is not normal.'"

Regardless of her son's disbelief, Dion's latest single was written by the Australian singer who has worked with other big industry names, including Christina Aguilera and Rihanna. The song will appear on her first English-speaking album in six years, which has the same name.

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The Canadian native also enlisted Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder for her upcoming album. The record will the follow-up to 2007's Taking Chances, which debuted at No. 3 on Billboard and went multi-platinum. While Dion has experienced tremendous success in the industry, she admitted that her hiatus worried her.

"I've been gone for six years. There's a time where you think, 'Do you think people will write songs for me?'" she told Billboard in an August report. "I'm at the mercy of the songs because I don't write my material. But I could not believe what I was hearing"

Loved Me Back To Life hits stores on Nov. 5.

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