Celine Dion Had The Classiest Response For Her Body-Shaming Critics

Céline Dion and Pepe Munoz

Céline Dion and Pepe Munoz Stephane Cardinale- Corbis Corbis via Getty

In a new interview with The Sun, Dion, 50, says body shamers who say she's too skinny don't have to take her photo, and she doesn't want her figure to be a discussion.

Meanwhile, she says that her forthcoming album is something "quite special and extraordinary". Dion is reportedly single ever since her husband Angelil passed away in 2016. As her sometime dance partner, sometime stylist, sometime producer, she said, 'he's part of my team and he's working so hard and I appreciate all of the talent that he's got'. "He doesn't know exactly - I don't think yet - and it's normal not to know, just turning 18 what you're going to be, what you want to do, what you're going to become in life". "So I am giving him more space".

However, she expressed concern over the increased attention that her backup dancer-turned-bestie has been facing recently.

Asking the media not to mix everything just because they're seen holding hands, she stressed that she holds hands with many people.

"The Power of Love", a $23 million music-filled film about Canadian singer Celine Dion, is in the works from French studio Gaumont. "I have an opportunity to wear haute couture and the things that [make] me feel handsome, strong, fearless, feminine, attractive", she said. "It's like I'm having a second wind, like I'm having the wind beneath my wings, kind of like I'm spreading". I'm not playing that, "I'm the boss now". "I don't necessarily want to be the boss", Dion added.

Lemercier made a decision to embark on the project after being inspired by Dion's strength and determination following the death of her husband three years ago. "And I am here to walk beside you and always embrace you with my unconditional love".

"He gave me so much strength through all these years". "The maturity that comes with age and time".

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