Are Canadians as polite as everyone says they are? If CELINE DION is any indication, then the answer is YES. During her Vegas show last Friday, a woman who seemed pretty drunk jumped onstage.
Instead of letting security pull her away, Celine embraced the woman . . . even when she tried to DRY HUMP her.
And she told the woman, quote, “I’m glad you came up onstage tonight. I bet you just wanted to come closer to me. But you know what? I’m glad you came closer to me.” Then she sang a little bit of the “I Love You” song from “Barney”. (???)
She talked to the woman a little longer, before finally letting security lead her away. Then she told the crowd, quote, “Some people go through a lot. And some people need to talk. And I want to say thank you to all of you. Because for maybe five minutes, we had given this lady a moment to talk.”
(Here’s video. The person who posted it says in the description that the woman’s son just had a bone marrow transplant, and she wanted to tell everyone to be a donor.)
(You can’t really tell that from the video, except maybe for a part where Celine says, quote, “We’ve got something in common. We’ve got babies that we love, and we’re going to fight for them.”)
SEAL went after OPRAH pretty hard on Instagram, accusing her of knowing for DECADES what HARVEY WEINSTEIN was doing. He hashtagged his post, “Sanctimonious Hollywood”.
William Hung Thinks “American Idol” Is Making a Mistake By Dumping the Bad Auditions
The new version of “American Idol” is abandoning the bad auditions . . . and WILLIAM HUNG thinks that’s a BIG MISTAKE.
Of course, William became the bad audition by which ALL bad auditions were judged when he butchered Ricky Martin’s“She Bangs“ on Season Three.
He said, quote, “‘American Idol’ is known for its unique entertainment value, by having those, let’s just say, ‘Off-the-cuff, funky auditions.'”
He also said that without those auditions, the show might not have anything to separate it from “The Voice” . . . which doesn’t do bad auditions.
William seems fine with his place in “Idol” history. He said that if they hadn’t put him on TV, he would be, quote, “just another normal guy.”
(TMZ has video of William talking about it. Clearly, he’s fine with his representation on the show, and didn’t feel exploited.)