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NO LAUGHING MATTER

The hubby of pop diva Celine Dion doesn't like it when people pick on his wife. Rene Angelil has demanded a Montreal-based radio station stop playing a parody of Dion's song "I'm Alive," in which the singer is called "annoying." The station — which withdrew the parody on Thursday — claims it was just trying to be funny.

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The hubby of pop diva Celine Dion doesn't like it when people pick on his wife. Rene Angelil has demanded a Montreal-based radio station stop playing a parody of Dion's song "I'm Alive," in which the singer is called "annoying." The station — which withdrew the parody on Thursday — claims it was just trying to be funny.