Broadway boy Jeremy Jordan, whom you may recall from his performances in Newsies, TV's musical comedy Smash or the upcoming film adaptation of Jason Robert Brown's seminal musical The Last Five Years, gave us all a late Christmas present (or early Valentine's day present, if you prefer) with a performance of Celine Dion's classic power ballad, "It's All Coming Back To Me Now."
Watch as Jordan belts it out, changes keys and even flirts with one of his male back-up singers, AFTER THE JUMP…
Fun fact: the song, written by Jim Steinman, was inspired by Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights. While Meat Loaf had wanted to record the song first (which he would later do in 2006), Steinman saw it as a woman's song.
Jordan also notably played a gay rentboy in a revival of Douglas Carter Beane's The Little Dog Laughed.