Ten members of the famed Late Show's Gospel Choir, as seen on "THE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN," sang a cappella-style next to a Celine Dion wax figure which was unveiled by Madame Tussaud's Museum in Times Square on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, the heartbeat city of New York City. They sang two Celine Dion songs, "BECAUSE YOU LOVED ME," and her new single, "LOVED ME BACK TO LIFE."
Shown in the photos to the left of "Celine Dion" are sopranos: Coyote Lee, Lynda K. Smith, & Debbie Sargeant, (the choir's lead singer & choreographer.) Behind them in the red robes are bass-baritones Charles Carter & Kenny Smith. On the right side of "Celine Dion" are altos: Lady Peachena, (the choir's founder & lead singer), Delores Morales, and Kamaran Madison. Behind them in the red robes are tenors: Eddie Larkin & Sirod Sanders. Yes, The Late Show's Gospel Choir loved singing Celine's hits!