Celine Dion has been front and centre during Paris Fashion week, proving why she will forever remain a style icon.
However, a recent outfit has caused fans to yet again share their concerns for the “scarily thin” singer.
The 51-year-old has been photographed around the streets of the French capital this week, and sitting front row at a host of haute couture runway shows.
Vogue Australia shared a photo of Celine wearing an Iris van Herpen outfit during fashion week, but while it’s received almost 3,000 likes, many fans have shared their fears for the singer.
“Celine Dion has become a regular fixture at the haute couture shows and as the seasons progress it's becoming clear that she might just be couture's biggest fan,” Vogue captioned the photo.
“She looks way to thin,” was one concerned comment.
“Fab voice and fashionista, but my God she looks scarily thin,” another wrote.
“I’ve seen her in a few posts and she is seriously underweight. Not a good look,” another person commented.
“Very underweight... Celine has been always a thin build, but she is too thin. Hope all is ok,” one person agreed.
Others however, have defended the icon, and called out Vogue for posting the ‘unflattering’ photo in the first place.
“Not nice Vogue Australia, you could post a nicer picture,” was one response.
“Bad pic of a Queen! Vogue don’t you feel something is wrong? It's not a friendly pic,” another agreed.
Celine Dion hits back at body shamers after weight loss
It’s not the first time fans have spoken out about the star’s weight, with Celine forced to defend herself against body shamers back in January.
The 50-year-old singer hit out at those who believe she’s too slim, saying if they don’t like the way she looks, they should just “leave [her] alone”.
Celine opened up about her weight loss and said she was “doing this for me”.
“I want to feel strong, beautiful, feminine and sexy. If I like it, I don’t want to talk about it,” she said on The Dan Wootton Interview podcast. “Don’t bother. Don’t take a picture. If you like it, I’ll be there. If you don’t, leave me alone.”
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