Outrage as Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On' blasted loudly in Auckland, 'ruining people's sleep'

"What is so annoying is that they never play it to the end."
"What is so annoying is that they never play it to the end." Photo credit: Getty

Residents of Auckland's Avondale and Blockhouse Bay are irritated by someone driving around in a car loudly playing Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On'.

Deeply annoyed locals say it's keeping them up at night and want it to stop.

One Avondale woman claims she was kept awake by the song, known famously as the Titanic movie theme, for two hours on Friday night.

The woman told Stuff it was getting "really annoying".

"What is so annoying is that they never play it to the end.

"It stops every five seconds, then repeat so even if you do fall back asleep, you get woken up again," the unnamed woman told Stuff.

Police said they hadn't received any reports about loud Celine Dion music in the area.

Dion returned to New Zealand last year for the first time in 20 years.

Speaking with US TV talk show host Andy Cohen in November, the iconic singer admitted that 'My Heart Will Go On', that is so famously linked to her career, was almost not going to be.

"It didn’t appeal to me. I was probably very tired that day - very tired," Dion said

The Titanic soundtrack has sold over 15 million copies throughout the world.

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