A 7-year-old girl got her dream to share the spotlight with Celine Dion over the weekend.
Dion, who has a residency in Las Vegas, passed the microphone to 7-year-old Anjali Singh on Saturday. The young fan then belted Dion's song "Surrender" in front of concertgoers.
The Grammy winner appeared impressed and gave Anjali a big hug and even asked her for her autograph.
Anjali's mom, Anitha Singh, shared a video of the moment on Facebook, writing, "Anjali’s dream came true tonight! She got to sing to her idol, Celine Dion at the Caesars Colosseum. She even got a kiss and a hug. Thank you Celine Dion for giving Anjali a memory of a lifetime."
Singh told "Good Morning America" that her daughter has loved Dion since she first heard her music at 2 years old. But seeing Anjali on stage with the singer was unforgettable.
"My husband and I, we were both there with our younger daughter and our hearts soared for her," Singh said. "We knew it was something she's always wanted. It brought tears to our eyes."
She continued, "We want Celine Dion to know that Anjali thanks her so much for making her dream come true."
Anjali is no stranger to the spotlight. She sings the national anthem at sports events in Los Angeles, California, where she lives.