This guy got so drunk he legally changed his name to Céline Dion and has no recollection of it.

Jan 8th

A man who over-served himself discovered he had legally changed his name to Céline Dion after a night of binging alcohol and Céline concert videos.

Thomas Dodd, a 30-year-old Céline Dion "super fan" stayed up late on Christmas Eve watching a Céline Dion concert and was inspired enough by the performance that he ended up paying for a legal name change.

Although Thomas spent much of the pandemic watching Céline concerts at home, this night he was was accompanied by a magnum bottle of Champagne.

He told The Post:

"She [is] my go-to person I listen to when I need cheering up… I honestly, hand on heart, don't remember doing it! I remember watching the concert and remember getting rather tipsy."

It's all came back to him pretty fast when he received an envelope with the name change documentation.

"I wasn't aware I had done it until I found that envelope in my post, Initially, I had to sit down as I couldn't believe it — so I then checked my bank which confirmed it all."

Though his mom wasn't amused, his friends weren't exactly surprised at his drunken antics. A few weeks back Thomas hired an entertainer to perform an Elsa [from ‘Frozen'] tribute performance on his driveway because he was bored. (I would really like footage of this)

As of right now he plans on keeping the name but may revert back to his birth name depending on how difficult it makes his life.

I'll go ahead and leave you all with two iconic videos from Céline to enjoy while you sit and think about the new Mr. Céline Dion.


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