Celine Dion Goes Topless for Her 'Big Comeback' in New Magazine Cover Photo

Celine Dion

Celine Dion is getting a little spicy as she taps into her "comeback" era!

Though the iconic songstress has been battling a health condition after her diagnosis with Stiff Person Syndrome, it hasn't stopped her from stunning in pictures from a new magazine cover photoshoot.

In a new black-and-white photo shared via Instagram on Monday, April 22, Vogue France introduced their cover star as none other than the "My Heart Will Go On" singer, writing, "She’s back!" in the caption of the post.

In the image, Dion busted an artful pose as she went topless, donning nothing but an unbuttoned oversized shirt with what looked to be dark-colored stockings and a pair of itty bitty shorts. She held her hand up to her chest, covering her unmentionables as to make it a classy shot, though still risqué and more racy than her usual.

On the May 2024 cover, her hair was cut into a blunt bob, while the stripped down look was accessorized with only a small pair of hoop earrings.

"@CelineDion is making her big comeback,' the European publication explained, further offering a quote from the exclusive interview included in its latest edition: "'I’m honored to be doing a photo shoot for Vogue France. I’m very proud that, at 55, I’ve been asked to reveal my beauty. But what is beauty? Beauty is you, it’s me, it’s what’s inside, it’s our dreams, it’s today. Today, I’m a woman who is feeling strong and positive about the future. One day at a time.'"

Fans in the comment section applauded the fresh energy from the six-time Grammy winner.

"YESSSSSSSSSS THE QUEEN IS BACK," one proclaimed, while another insisted, "THE SERVE?? I AM GAGGED MISS DION."

"Awwwwww! You're back! 🥹 I'm crying happy tears!" a third admitted, in part.

Someone else couldn't keep their cool, adding, "She looks drop-dead gorgeous and very healthy. I love her so much."

Vogue France's full print issue featuring Dion hits newsstands on April 24.

The "All by Myself" singer was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder—which is a neurological condition that affects the central nervous system, causing painful spasms and muscle rigidity—in 2022, often opening up about the hardships that come along with dealing with the disease.

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