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Lady Gaga started her Las Vegas residency, ENIGMA, this past weekend at the Park MGM.

Nearby, another musical icon, Celine Dion, is in the midst of a residency of her own at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.


But that didn't stop the diva from heading to the Park MGM to support a fellow musical legend.

People in attendance at Lady Gaga's show opening weekend caught Celine Dion living her best Lady Gaga fan life in the audience.

Watch footage here.

We were blessed with a few closeups.


And then, Lady Gaga dedicated her performance of the song "You And I" to Celine Dion.


People were here for it.




People felt that Celine's support was incredibly sweet.




And of course, this was the thought dancing on the tips of our tongues.

Amen to that.

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