Celine Dion has shocked onlookers with her scary skinny body as she attends Paris Fashion Week.
As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, the famed "My Heart Will Go On" singer, 50, has stirred concern with her skeletal frame.
But Dion doesn't seem to mind flaunting her toothpick-thin form in bizarre outfits as she attends runway shows and visits famous fashion designers.
On Sunday, January 27, 2019, the star stepped into the spotlight again by donning a dramatic red tulle jacket tied up with a large velvet bow over a black leather skirt and sunglasses.
Delicate diva Dion seemed dwarfed by the fabric!
During her day in the City of Lights, she was accompanied by backup dancer friend Pepe Munoz.
Dion's eye-catching ensemble was perfect for her outing with Munoz to the Mogador theater to see a musical comedy.
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Dion has been a regular at Paris Fashion Week and onlookers were stunned as she left the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris, all covered up in her big frothy red jacket.
"The Power of Love" singer sported a black turtleneck underneath her jacket, covering up the bony chest she'd shown off earlier in the week.
It was quite a weekend for Dion, who was spotted leaving her hotel in Paris on Friday, January 25, 2019 in a lacey dress under a bulky black jacket. Earlier, she had looked positively space age in a dramatic braless black jumpsuit with a plunging V-neckline that flaunted her skimpy cleavage.
Dion is thinner than ever after years of weight loss worries after the death of her beloved husband and manager, Rene Angelil.
The star has often hung out with close dancer pal Pepe Munoz, but it isn't a romance. She's still mourning the loss of late husband Angelil, who died of cancer in January 2016.
The famous widow now enjoys arranging her wardrobe – but onlookers wonder if she should eat more instead!
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