A group of superfans of Céline Dion (54) gathered on Friday at the office of music magazine ‘Rolling Stone’. The leading American magazine published a list of the 200 greatest singers ever at the turn of the year, but the name of the Canadian singer was missing from that list.
“Justice for Celine”
Apparently, the group of fans was so upset that they decided to protest at the Rolling Stone office . Entertainment site Variety shared some images of the protest. The fans brought signs with texts such as ‘justice for Céline’, ‘how can you forget Céline’ and ‘ Rolling Stone is stoned’.
Earlier, fans online had already expressed their displeasure that the singer of hits such as ‘My Heart Will Go On’, ‘All By Myself’ and ‘I’m Alive’ was not on the list. The absence of other artists also led to outrage. Names such as Pink, Janet Jackson and Diana Ross were also not included in the list.
Aretha Franklin topped the list of the 200 biggest names. Whitney Houston finished in second place and third place was for Sam Cooke.