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Kate Winslet detests Titanic song

2012-04-01 21:32
 

Los Angeles - Kate Winslet feels ''like throwing up'' when she hears My Heart will Go On.

The love theme from Kate's most successful film, Titanic - sung by Celine Dion - was a huge hit around the world, but the actress admits she has to hide her real feelings every time she hears it.

She told MTV News: ''I feel like throwing up when I hear it. No, I shouldn't say that. No, actually, I do feel like throwing up.''

''I wish I could say, 'Oh listen, everybody! It's the Celine Dion song!' But I don't. I just have to sit there, you know, kind of straight-faced with a massive internal eye roll.''

Kate's comments are sure to upset Celine, who has previously said she is very close to the song. 

She said: ''My Heart Will Go On is for me a classic. And to be part of a classic is something I feel very proud of.''

Titanic has just been re-released in 3-D, and Kate appeared at the film's premiere at London's Royal Albert Hall last week, but admitted she would not be staying to see the film's intimate scene between her and Leonardo DiCaprio's character.

Asked how she would feel seeing herself nude on the big screen, she responded: ''Terrible, wouldn't you? I'm not going to look, I'll be in the bar by that point.''

- BangShowBiz

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