A petition to include Celine in the “Rolling Stone” charts

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<p> Rythme FM radio stations have launched an online petition to have Celine Dion added to Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 200 Greatest Performers of All Time. </p>
<p>Rythme FM has launched an online petition for Celine Dion to be added to the list of the 200 Greatest Singers of All Time (<em>200 Greatest Singers of All Time</em>) < em>Rolling Stone</em>.</p>
<p>The influential American magazine published its list earlier this week, which excludes the Quebec diva from the major female voices of the last 100 years. Pop stars Kelly Clarkson, Billie Eilish, Adele and Rosalía are among them.</p>
<p>The Rythme FM stations thus demonstrate their “great incomprehension” faced with the absence of the interpreter of <em>My Heart Will Go On</em>, a feeling shared by many people on social networks at the announcement of the awards.  </p>
<p>“Based on your selection criteria, we consider that Celine Dion has had an immense influence on the pop music scene for more than 30 years, that her musical catalog is rich, diversified and that her musical heritage is undeniable. ;”, write Rythme FM stations in Quebec, addressing the management of <em>Rolling Stone</em> on behalf of ” Céline fans around the world”.</p>
<p>“It is also thanks to these qualities that she has enjoyed extraordinary success with 27 albums sold over 200 million copies worldwide, that she has received 7 Grammys Awards and gave 1,141 concerts in front of more than 4.5 million fans in Las Vegas. Her performances, her total devotion to her art and to her fans as well as her social involvement make her an artist admired and respected by her peers”, can we read.</p>
<p>Radio stations invite in conclusion the magazine “to rectify this unfortunate omission”. </p>
<p>At the time of writing, the petition was approaching 5,000 signatures, its goal. </p>
<p>Céline Dion did not react on her social networks to the <em>Rolling Stone</em> awards nor to the outrage that followed online. </p>
<p><em>Métro</em> had also asked <em>Rolling Stone</em> by email this week why the singer holding the record for the best-selling French-language album history of music with <em>D'eux</em> had been removed from the charts, but his request remained a dead letter.</p>

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