Celine Dion Handcuffed in Provocative Ad for Gender-Neutral Célinununu Children's Clothing Line

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The singer encourages children to "be free and find their own individuality" with her gender-bending clothes.

Celiné Dion gets wrestled to the ground and handcuffed in a provocative Instagram post that appears to be an ad for the singer's new line of gender-neutral children's clothes. The brief video ends with Dion smiling and saying, "It's OK, it's OK, I'm Celiné Dion! I'm Celiné Dion!" as the name of the star's fashion brand, Célinununu, spreads across the screen inside a plus sign.

The newly launched Célinununu website features a number of products for boys and girls, including a leather jacket ($290) and skull patch sweatshirt ($65), as well as leggings ($44), slippers ($44) and a denim biker jacket ($90). "One Voice: fashion has the power to shape people's minds," reads the clothing brand's website. "Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes."

Dion, who last year launched a lifestyle brand titled The Celiné Dion Collection at Nordstrom, recently announced that she will conclude her eight-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on June 8, 2019.

A spokesperson for Dion could not be reached for additional comment on the children's clothing line or the ad.

Check out the clip, below.





Grand unveiling tomorrow… - Team Céline . Grand dévoilement demain… - Team Céline

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This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.