Celine Dion sports casual look in cow-printed onesie as she joins the stars at Paris Fashion Week

Her fans are used to seeing her in flowing gowns on stage and on the red carpet.

But Celine Dion, 50, went for a more casual look as she turned out for Paris Fashion Week on Monday.

The My Heart Will Go On hitmaker looked quite different from her usual self as she went to view the week’s fashions in the French capital.

Wrapped up in a long black coat with a brown, silk interior, Celine appeared to be wearing a cow-print onesie for the occasion.

Wearing her white and black spotted hood up, the singer’s locks were not visible, while she added height to her frame with a pair of black boots.

Accessorising with a pair of black shades, Celine looked in high spirits as she made her way into the venue.

Another A-lister who is in Paris to enjoy fashion week is actress Kate Beckinsale.

The Underworld star, 45, was seen walking behind Celine, and looked nothing short of sensational in a sheer mini-dress with a black floral pattern and long sleeves.

She added to the look with a pair of sky-high black heels and styled her brunette locks into a stylish ponytail.

Meanwhile, Celine is the latest in a stream of stars who’ve apologized and back peddled from their professional collaborations with Kelly in the wake of a recent Lifetime docuseries revisiting his sexual assault allegations. poker online terbaik

The song is in the process of being pulled by Celine’s team,’ TMZ reported.

R Kelly, 52, collaborated with Dion in 1998 on I’m Your Angel which was featured on the songbird’s first English language Christmas album, These Are Special Times.

The tune, a soulful duet, hit number one on Billboard Hot 100 and stayed there for six weeks. It was also nominated for a Grammy and was certified platinum.

Kelly, who sang on the track and even penned the lyrics, was featured alongside Celine in the music video.

Since Lifetime aired the documentary Surviving R. Kelly, the viral hashtag #MuteRKelly emerged.

John Legend was one of the only musicians featured in the series who spoke out against Kelly.

Nick Cannon and Chance The Rapper have since gone on to apologize for working with him.

Cara Delevingne also spoke out about against the disgraced star after watching the series and called the singer a ‘monster’ and a ‘predator.’