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Stephen King slams Celine Dion
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — When he was in college at the University of Maine in the 1960s, best-selling author Stephen King had a column, King’s Garbage Truck, that ran in the student newspaper.
Now the Bangor novelist has a column again, this time in Entertainment Weekly magazine. It marks the first time King has written a regularly scheduled column since his university days.
His monthly piece, called The Pop of King, debuts in the Aug. 8 issue. In it, he gives his opinions on books, movies, television, music and more.
In the introduction to his first column, the 55-year-old explains that he wrote a review of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for the magazine a few months ago. The editors came back to him, he says, because they either liked the review or the fact that it was written in longhand.
“For all I know, they might have thought it would be good to have at least one writer on tap who could turn in copy even after a nuclear pulse wiped out the hard drives on all the laptops,” King writes.
King also says he loved the third Terminator movie (“Arnold is still the perfect machine,” he writes) and slams Celine Dion.
“Steve King thinks Who Let the Dogs Out is better than all the songs Ms. Dion has recorded, put together,” he writes.