I'm waking up in the morning, I'm having a coffee, I barely can swallow it. I come here, at Caesar's Palace every night, to perform. I barely can sing. But for respect, for the people who come, I am still singing.
When I come home at night, my son is waiting for me. I watch television. Yes, we gave a million dollar. But what we expect, what I want to look, like the rest of the world, I open the television. There's people still there, waiting to be rescued, and for me it's not acceptable. I know there's reasons for it. I'm sorry to say I'm being rude, but I don't wanna hear those reasons.
You know, some people are stealing and they're making a big deal out of it. "Oh, they're stealing twenty pair of jeans," or "they're stealing television sets." Who cares? They're not gonna go too far with it. Maybe those people are so poor, some of the people who do that, they're so poor they've never touched anything in their lives. Let them touch those things for once!
The main thing right now, it's not the people who are stealing, it's the people who are left there, and they're watching "helicopsters" flying over their heads, and they're praying. How come it's so easy to send planes in another country to kill everyone in a second, to destroy lives?
It goes on, with Celine crying and gesticulating frantically throughout. Watch the whole thing.
Take a kayak!