Kate Winslet has been drawn to the verge of having a disgusted feeling equivalent to throwing up, by the million dollar song “My heart will go on”, originally sung byand performed by Ms Winslet herself in the grandiose movie “Titanic”.
The reason, apparently is the simple fact that she admits she understands that the tragic love story touched the audiences deeply back in 1997, and even now wherever the star goes, be it a bar or restaurant, where there is a pianist, she always happen to hear the melody, which they play as a sign of showing love to her for starring in the movie.
Also, the iconic scene that shows the bond between her character in the movie and that of Decaprio’s, on the rail, has been after the artist every time she has boarded on a boat since the movie came out.
Kate Winslet on her latest interview with MTV news admitted that she “feels like throwing up” whenever she hears the melody of the grand song “My heart will go on” though "It's thrilling for people to surprise me with the Celine Dion song," she laughed.
Additionally, every time on a boat when she is bombarded with the joke, no matter how hard she may try to escape it, where the crowds happily ask her to head to the front of the boat with them and reenact the unforgettable pose she made with her co-star Leonardo Dicaprio on the rail, to it her usual response is, “Oh, yeah! Oh, that one! Oh, don't worry, it's my party piece. Sure, come on up, bring your granny."
On the launch of the movie that made the star go A-list, she has to say that such bombardment of jokes from everywhere will continue and apparently she is prepared, as this time in 3-D, it will reach a whole new generation, including her children who will see it for the very first time.