She’s always been known for her incredible style and Canadian singer Celine Dion has turned heads once again in a racy outfit.
The pop icon, 51, pulled out all the stops when she stepped out in the French capital on Thursday sporting a skintight Chanel jumpsuit, which retails for $4,500 (AU$6,279), along with a matching chain logo belt.
The ‘My Heart Will Go On’ singer pulled her hair back into a slick bun for the outing and accessorised even further with a trendy pair of cat-eye sunglasses. She finished off the outfit with black sky-high heels by the high-end fashion house and silver diamond earrings.
It comes just two weeks after Celine and her sons joined her on stage for a moving tribute to her late husband Rene.
The global star completed her incredible 16-year Las Vegas residency in style with the beautiful tribute, all while showcasing a dazzling array of outfits and even debuting a brand new song.
Celine was joined by her boys Rene-Charles, 18, Nelson and Eddy, eight, who held hands with their mum as they looked back at a stream of photos of their father playing on the screen behind them.
Holding a bouquet of red roses, the singer looked incredible in a floor-length silver dress with a plunging neckline and statement shimmering sleeves for the special moment.
According to People, she told the crowd: “I’m both proud and humbled by what we’ve accomplished at the Colosseum since we began 16 years ago when Rene and I first shared this dream.
“This entire experience has been a huge part of my show business career, one that I will cherish forever.”
She added: “I have so many people to thank, but the most important ‘thank you’ goes to my fans, who gave us the opportunity to do what we love.”
Celine went on to debut her new song ‘Flying On My Own’, after admitting to the crowd that she was shaking with nerves beforehand.
“I have been waiting for a long, long time for… It’s my brand new song. I have to admit that my knees are shaking right now, I’m very nervous,” she reportedly said.
The singer’s late husband and manager Rene passed away in 2016 aged 73 and spent his final months in his wife’s care.