‘Titanic’ soundtrack makes Ellie Goulding emotional

‘Titanic’ soundtrack makes Ellie Goulding emotional

London, July 27 (IANS) Singer Ellie Goulding, who split from Dougie Poynter earlier this year, got emotional while listening to the “Titanic” soundtrack after unfollowing the musician on Twitter.

The British singer has had a difficult few months dealing with her heartbreak and suffering from exhaustion, which saw her cancel two concerts and turn to her him for support.

And although she has been spotted in St Tropez since then, enjoying her time in the sun, she didn’t seem too pleased when the Celine Dion song “My heart will go on” came on the radio after she returned home, reports mirror.co.uk.

Goulding got emotional listening to the song in a video that she shared on Instagram.

She captioned the video: “When the ‘Titanic’ soundtrack comes on Classic FM and it gives you and your cat all the feels.”

It seems she won’t be getting back with Poynter any time soon, as she has unfollowed him on Twitter, and hasn’t been seen with him recently.

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