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Sports Céline Dion on her hockey loyalties: 'I had nothing to do with that photo'

19:22  24 june  2021
19:22  24 june  2021 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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Céline Dion says she had nothing to do with the photoshopped photo the Vegas Golden Knights displayed on a large screen in their arena before Tuesday night’s game against the Montreal Canadiens.

The image was obviously a taunt aimed at the Habs, suggesting that one of Quebec’s most popular and beloved singers had switched allegiances to the Knights after having lived and performed in Las Vegas for years. It turned out the Knights took an existing photo of Dion, released in 2007 when she was promoting her album Taking Chances, and photoshopped a hockey helmet with the word “Vegas” on it.

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On Thursday, Dion weighed in on the controversy on Twitter while wishing all Quebecers a happy Fête nationale.

“In passing, I had nothing to do with that photo … and you know what photo I’m talking about.”

This was punctuated by a winking emoji.

The taunt accomplished nothing as the Montreal Canadiens soundly defeated the Knights on Tuesday. Several sports commentators called it the Habs’ best performance in the playoffs so far.

The Canadiens now lead the series 3-2 and the two teams go back at it Thursday night.

Stay classy, Las Vegas.

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