Golden Knights troll Habs with image of Montreal icon Celine Dion in Vegas gear

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Celine Dion is a Quebec icon and known Habs fan, but the now-Vegas resident is being called out for repping the Golden Knights ahead of Tuesday's Game 5. (Twitter/@CCpxpSN)
Celine Dion is a Quebec icon and known Habs fan, but the now-Vegas resident is being called out for repping the Golden Knights ahead of Tuesday's Game 5. (Twitter/@CCpxpSN)

Celine Dion wasn’t lying when she said her heart will go on, but Montreal Canadiens fans likely weren’t expecting it to play out quite like this.

The multi-time Grammy Award winner’s hockey allegiance to her hometown team, the Canadiens, has been put into serious question after the video board operations crew at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, home of the Golden Knights, displayed this absolute abomination.

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Dion was born in Charlemagne, Québec, a town roughly 50 kilometres from Montreal and has repped the bleu-blanc-rouge before, but it seems her heart now beats with the Golden Knights.

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Her apparent reason to love Vegas more stems from the fact that she now lives in Nevada.

Hockey fans have weighed in on her newfound fandom.

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Some Habs fans, still in denial, have called out the photo as fake. But how do you explain this?

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If Montreal, who has a 3-2 series lead over Vegas, manages to close out the series, it’ll be interesting to see if Canadiens fans welcome Dion back with open arms, or if they’ll think twice.

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