February 13, 2016

Of course.

Source: Deadspin

Win Butler won the MVP trophy at today’s Celebrity All-Star game in Toronto, and the Arcade Fire frontman used his post-game interview with Sage Steele to suggest that the U.S. could learn a few things from Canada this election year. Steele wasn’t having anything of it, shutting Butler down with a “We’re talking about celebrity stuff, not politics.”

BUTLER: I just wanna say as an election year in the U.S., the U.S. has a lot they can learn from Canada: health care, taking care of people…

STEELE: We’re talking about celebrity stuff, not politics! Congratulations on your MVP!

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