Fans outraged over Céline Dion snub from best singers ever list: ‘Put some respect on her name’

The controversial list ranking the 200 greatest singers of all time included a glaring omission: Céline Marie Claudette Dion

Rolling Stone's controversial list of “The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time” is drawing music fans' ire for its glaring omission: Céline Dion.

The round-up included Frank Sinatra, Morrisey, and current pop darlings SZA, Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish. Aretha Franklin topped the list, with Whitney Houston and Sam Cooke rounding out the Top 3.

The publication first published its list in 2008, where the results favoured classic rock and singers from the '60s and '70s.

“This new list was compiled by our staff and key contributors, and it encompasses 100 years of pop music as an ongoing global conversation,” according to Rolling Stone.

“Before you start scrolling (and commenting), keep in mind that this is the Greatest Singers list, not the Greatest Voices List. Talent is impressive; genius is transcendent,” the authors explain. “In all cases, what mattered most to us was originality, influence, the depth of an artist’s catalog, and the breadth of their musical legacy.”

One name excluded from the list was Canadian icon Céline Dion, whose signature power ballads topped the charts throughout the '90s. On social media, fans called out Rolling Stone for snubbing the vocal powerhouse.

The list also excluded Pink, Justin Bieber, Jennifer Hudson, Janet Jackson, Tony Bennett, Madonna, Nat King Cole, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, and many more.

Dion has 5 Grammys, including the coveted Album of the Year for 1996's super-influencial and hit-filled Falling Into You. She also scored four No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart: "The Power of Love;" "Because You Loved Me;" "My Heart Will Go On," from the movie Titanic, which also garnered an Oscar for songwriter Will Jennings and composer James Horner; and "I'm Your Angel."

Dion recently made headlines again after announcing she would have to postpone anticipated tour dates due to her diagnosis with a rare neurological condition called Stiff Person Syndrome which affects 1 in 1 million people.

Céline Dion accepts the award for record of the year,
Céline Dion accepts the award for record of the year, "My Heart Will Go On," during the 41st Annual Grammy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1999. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)