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Céline Dion, the 50 year old singer from Quebec who sang many of our childhood anthems, is a pure force too good for this world.

We saw this again when she sat in the front row of the Armani Privé spring 2019 fashion show in Paris this past Tuesday.


Dion got very emotional when she spotted a couture deep-V neck long sleeve/patterned outfit.

A bystander was able to capture the reaction on video.

Watch it here.


You can literally see her entire world stop and change in a moment.

The singer is a frequent guest at fashion shows, attending (in addition to Armani) Alexandre Vauthier's show, and Giambattista Valli Haute Couture where editor-in-chief of Out Magazine spotted her and reportedly found her delightfully distracting.


Dion's pure-cinnamon-roll-too-good-for-this-world reaction in Paris attracted the attention of a ton of her fans, who all say nobody quite appreciates the craft of fashion like the singer.





Paris fashion week is culminating tomorrow, Sunday January 27th, and including the Viktor & Rolf collection of big-time mood dresses, we still think this is the best thing to come out of it.







Céline is no stranger to fashion herself.

Dion has her own clothing line, a gender neutral clothing line for children called Célinnununu.

The announcement of the brand came out in late 2018:

"Celinununu is a joint partnership between iconic performer Céline Dion, and co-founders and designers of the kids fashion brand nununu (www.nununuworld.com) Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg. Together, these fierce female forces have created a new children's clothing brand that breeds equality and freedom of spirit, serving as a platform for a new humanistic education."

"Celinununu liberates children from the traditional roles of boy/girl, and enables younger people to grow on values of equality with the freedom to strengthen their own power of personality based on mutual respect."






The brand is available exclusively from its website.

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