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phyllisisinhell:

Is no one aware that the reason this is possible is because  ’culturally approved’ means ‘infinitely digestable’?

Also, is no one affected by the fact that Celine’s performance of this mimics Adele’s exactly, except for the Canadianized pronunciation of certain words? If one white bread pop star with a great voice can perfectly mimic another white bread pop star with a great voice’s white bread hit, exactly what is remarkable about that?

tballardbrown:

“What I love about this is how well someone who is widely considered to be the antithesis of cool can slide back in and completely own something as culturally approved as the contemporary standard that is Rolling in the Deep.” — Céline Dion Covers Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ Kills It, Of Course 

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    We love Celine!!!
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    I Love Celine Dion. She’s a little shaky but this woman is still amazing. *sigh*
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    I love Celine Dion. The speakers on my iPad couldn’t even handle this; play with care!