By Luke Kenton
This adorably sensitive tot can’t help but cry every time Celine Dion’s emotional ballad, ‘My Heart Will Go On’, is played out loud.
At just 23-months-old, little Vivien Mack has already turned into a ‘sensitive soul’ according to mum Samantha, as she becomes upset at pictures of other children crying, or if a slow song comes on the radio.
But no such stimulus pulls at her tiny heart-strings quite like the haunting tones of Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’, which often sends the toddler into an adorable tear-filled frenzy.
Attempting to capture the endearing exchange on camera at home, in Tucson, Arizona, USA, Samantha is seen with Vivien in a number of scenarios, from cuddles in bed to posing for a photograph.
And, almost on demand, the tiny tot begins to cry the very second the song starts playing, in a reaction as hilarious as it is sweet.
With no plans to show her daughter the film ‘Titanic’ anytime soon, Samantha said: “A few months ago I noticed she used to get really upset when she saw a picture of other children crying, particularly her brother.
“It then started with slow songs – even if she was asleep in her car seat, she would start crying if one came on the radio, then go back to sleep immediately afterwards.
“Once I told my husband, he put on Celine Dion and instantly she was in floods of tears.
“Anytime it’s played Vivien will cry, it doesn’t matter how happy she is.
“She’ll start with a pouting lip, then start to full-on cry.
“It’s very funny but sad at the same time, my other kids ask me to play the song all the time to see her reaction.
“I don’t think we will be showing her Titanic for a while, we’d probably have to skip a few parts too.”