Concerns are growing as Celine Dion continues to shrink away, and now RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively what’s behind her skeletal frame and massive weight loss.
Dion, 50, showed off her rail-thin physique at Paris’ Fashion Week last week, debuting her scary skinny frame in an oversized grey suit.
Insiders told Radar exclusively the singer dropped a lot of weight to impress her new and much younger boy toy – Pepe Munoz. The 34-year-old, who once served as her backup dancer, has now moved center stage into her love life. And to keep up with the buff dancer, she’s devoted to shedding some extra weight. But is she in danger of losing too much? Check out this Radar gallery to learn what doctors have to say about Dion’s health crisis.
The songtress' chest bones were popping out of the low-cut pantsuit that was hanging off of her wraithlike figure as she headed to a runway show with the much younger Munoz on January 23.
“She wants so desperately to please her boy toy and look her best that she’s starving herself to death!” confided an insider, though the actress has denied a romantic relationship with her hunky dancer.
“But the whole thing has backfired, and she looks like a walking skeleton!”
Dion is said to be desperate to make this relationship work, and she’s dieting to the point of harming her health over it.
Just a few days later, Dion left little to the imagination – going braless in a low-cut, open jumpsuit.
She was spotted holding hands with Munoz as the two walked the streets of Paris together.
Diet and nutrition expert Dr. Gabriel Mirkin, who has also not treated the singer, believes her body-fat percentage is “at the lowest level” possible for someone of her age and frame.
“If she’s reached this low body weight by not eating enough food, that would be extremely harmful.”
“Neglecting her health like this could prove to be a titanic mistake!”
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