A band in Mexico drew a large crowd with their rendition of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" during a mall flood.
The group were performing at the Plaza Patria mall in Zapopan, Jalisco, on Saturday, and when the venue experienced extensive flooding they quickly changed their tune.
“THIS MALL STARTED FLOODING AND LOOK WHAT THE BAND PLAYED," Twitter user @EBakuTheGreat tweeted.
The video has received more than 1 million “likes" on Twitter, as well as prompting thousands of comments.
@Im_Supaflii @StedmanDS https://t.co/7W5uwDvwEb— Elgin Barrett Eugene Smith III (@Elgin Barrett Eugene Smith III)1560133407.0
@EBakuTheGreat @empressnae_ Band like this our time to shine fellas https://t.co/YmnnkbHer1— YAM (@YAM)1560135804.0
@EBakuTheGreat https://t.co/8gYi8606oO— Amishman (@Amishman)1560139015.0
Although the mall employee trying to catch the massive flood of water with a small bucket garnered a lot of attention as well:
@_jovanrb When the manager walks in and you have to act like you’re doing some work but you really aren’t 🤣— Elgin Barrett Eugene Smith III (@Elgin Barrett Eugene Smith III)1560135983.0
@EBakuTheGreat “I need a bigger bucket...” https://t.co/xJ5CwE0SdE— Josh | ACAB | BLM (@Josh | ACAB | BLM)1560138083.0
@EBakuTheGreat @MrDubC What was she tryna do with that bucket 🤣😂🤣— SiR SiMS 🏳️🌈 (@SiR SiMS 🏳️🌈)1560133264.0
Idris, who filmed the video, told the Press Association: “As far as the band goes they all deserve raises because they just played the song out of nowhere. Amazing quick thinking."
@EBakuTheGreat https://t.co/X1wVL0Pdht— Breylon1019 (@Breylon1019)1560131604.0