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How can you say Celine Dion’s music is not great? She has sold over 20 million albums.” This is an example of (Points : 1) the scapegoating fallacy the false dilemma fallacy
the loaded-question fallacy an appeal-to-popularity fallacy
Celine Dion is an amazingly technical singer who has great understanding of vocal placement, support, and projection. With this knowledge comes the ability to sing complex vocal runs with speed and accuracy. [ It is also responsible for her ability to hold a note, perfectly on pitch, without any wavering, better than anyone else- see All by Myself ]
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