These are all of the Canadian celebrities you didn't know were left-handed
Happy International Left-Handers Day, Canada! You might be surprised to learn that lefties make up only about 10 per cent of the global population, but there are a few recognizable Canadians contributing to that number.
Here are some Canadian celebrities that are part of the southpaw club.
The Quebec-born singer is actually a lefthander; she holds her microphone in her left hand when she performs on stage.
Happy #LeftHandersDay to left-handed legend Céline Dion! #DYK Dion's family is musical? Her mother was a violinist, her father an accordionist and many of her 13 older siblings were in show business. https://t.co/EjzD7WXkcL— CanadianEncyclopedia (@CdnEncyclopedia) August 13, 2020
The "One Less Lonely Girl" singer doesn't use his right hand; he signs autographs for fans southpaw-style.
The Canadian actor has been spotted signing autographs with his left hand and carrying a bag over his left shoulder, although he frequently uses his right hand to pick up objects on screen.
today i offer you the beauty of keanu reeves playing bass pic.twitter.com/7pA557WXvQ— déia (@partygirlu2) June 25, 2020
The Ontario-born director of the Hollywood hit Titanic is actually left-handed. In fact, Cameron drew the famous sketch of a naked Rose wearing the Heart of the Ocean diamond, and the clip had to be altered to match the right-handed Leonardo DiCaprio, per Digital Spy.
Canadian hockey players Sidney Crosby and Wayne Gretzky are both technically right-handed off the ice, but both famous athletes are well-known for shooting left during games, making them honorary members of the southpaw club.
Keep proudly smudging those crosswords, lefties.
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