The bitch can’t take a joke. Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike her?
- Canadian pop diva Celine Dion doesn’t like mockery, or maybe it’s her husband and manager Rene Angelil.
Angelil sent a notice of claim to a popular Montreal-based radio station, demanding it stop playing a parody of Dion’s song “I’m Alive,” in which the singer is called, among other things, “annoying.”
The radio station claims it was only trying to be funny, but Angelil didn’t laugh at the joke.
“They took off her voice and invented vulgar lyrics. It’s unacceptable,” he told reporters on Thursday, stressing that copyright law prevented such unauthorized use of a recording.
The Dion parody was withdrawn on Thursday.
Yes, “annoying” is such a “vulgar” word. You would think after selling 100 million records that perhaps they wouldn’t be quite so insecure.