NEW YORK - A group of Celine Dion fans protested outside the magazine Rolling Stone’s offices in Midtown Manhattan on Friday, after the magazine failed to include the beloved Canadian singer in a list titled "The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time."
The omission of Dion from the list, which was published on January 1, sparked a wave of criticism against the magazine.
The protesters on Friday were members of a Celine Dion fan club called The Red Heads and had traveled from Montreal to New York City to stage the demonstration, according to Variety.
One member of the group told a Rolling Stone reporter: "We are here to express ourselves in the name of Celine because obviously you made a big mistake forgetting her name on the big list that you published last week."
Rolling Stone did not comment on the protest.