Famous American singer Ciara was spotted in Montreal this weekend as she attended and performed at the pride festival MTL 2019. During her visit, she had the opportunity to take a picture in the streets of the Canadian city, sharing it to her fan base on Instagram. However, the singer ended up showing off more than her outfit and location and Ciara managed to take the most Montreal photo ever. 

In this photo, the artist poses on a street in downtown Montreal, rocking a pair of red overalls with her oversized beret. While Montrealers were praising her performance and amazing looks in the comments, another topic came up frequently as some users recognized the famous orange cones that adorn the streets of Montreal throughout the year. 

If you look closely, you can clearly see the reflective cones and the orange construction signs behind the singer. 

Is there anything more Montreal than the famous orange cones that adorn the city year-round?

The hilarious thing about the situation is that Kevin Hart, who was in Montreal for a recent shoot, also posted a picture where the infamous cones were spotted by fans in the background. 

Now, we are wondering if this is a new trend that is developing among international celebrities who are staying in Montreal, or if it is simply impossible to escape these orange cones. In both cases, it's hilarious. 

During her stay, Ciara also posted a photo of her room for the weekend, which was at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel. 

It was in the same room that John Lennon and Yoko Ono recorded the song Give Peace to Chance in 1969 during Beds-In for Peace. Ciara took to opportunity to pay tribute to this historic moment by recreating the photo with a guitar in the white sheets.  

Between her performance at the Pride Festival, her i-cone-ic photo in downtown, and her stay at Queen Elizabeth, Ciara experienced a typical Montreal weekend.


This article was originally published in french on Narcity Quebec.


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