Rolling Stone mag getting the shit roasted out of them for leaving Celine Dion off its 200 Greatest Singers list


Natalie Teo |
January 5, 2023, 10:50 am

We’re not starting a cult but some followers on Instagram would be nice. Thank you.

You’ve probably heard about the controversy surrounding the Celine Dion snub by now.

The singer, who recently opened up about her Stiff Person Syndrome diagnosis, was left off Rolling Stone magazine’s 200 Greatest Singers Of All Time list.

Fans of the My Heart Will Go On singer were, understandably, outraged.

As a non-fan but someone who’s been alive, mostly conscious, and here for the queen’s greatest hits in the past two decades or so, I can’t get behind this choice either.

Twitter (mostly) agrees with me, so here’s a compilation of greatest hits: the most savage responses from Twitterverse to Rolling Stone.

Surely this must be a mistake?

Not a fan but still –

The only reasonable explanation, really.

The mag did respond…

But people were not having it

This guy has a point you know

Top image via Twitter and Rolling Stone

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