Céline Dion is getting into the children’s clothing market — and acting, apparently.
The singer, 50, debuted a short video clip announcing Célinununu, which appears to be a gender-neutral clothing line for children, on social media Monday morning.
In the video, Dion is wrestled to the ground by a police officer who pins her hands behind her back. “It’s okay, it’s okay,” she says. “I’m Céline Dion.”
The Célinununu website lists sweatshirts, jackets, leggings and T-shirts available for $42 to $161 and baby clothes such as hats and onesies for $20 to $59.
“Célinununu unites two forces by one voice: fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes,” the homepage reads. There are also photos featuring phrases like “raise boys and girls the same way” and “you are entirely up to you.”
Dion has three sons of her own: Soundcloud rapper René-Charles Angélil, 17, and fraternal twins Eddy and Nelson Angélil, both eight years old.
This isn’t the first time that Dion has dipped her toe into the fashion world: She has an eponymous clothing line that includes T-shirts, hats and polos, as well as a full line of handbags.
The children’s line officially launches on Tuesday.
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