Dubstep remix of Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau is — pretty catchy

What are culture vultures discussing 'round the water cooler today? q producer Mitch Pollock keeps us in the know.
Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, sings a song she wrote at a City of Ottawa event Monday to mark Martin Luther King Day. (CBC)

What are culture vultures discussing 'round the water cooler today? q producer Mitch Pollock scans the latest arts and entertainment headlines to keep us in the know. 

At issue today: 

  • Controversy over René Angélil's national funeral. Did his reach extend far enough beyond managing his wife, Céline Dion? 
  • The Eagles of Death Metal are set to stage another concert in Paris, following the attacks that killed many of their fans. Will survivors attend? 
  • The internet has done it again. Dom4Good has remixed Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau's recent acapella performance at an event honouring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And, well ... it's pretty good.


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