Céline Dion looked sensational in a futuristic ensemble, as she displayed her youthful looks to her nearly five million Instagram followers on Sunday.
The 52-year-old fashion chameleon stunned in one of her most out-of-this-world photo shoots to date, which featured her in a ‘glittering’ gold armor bodysuit.
‘Live life by the golden rule,’ she captioned a shot of herself in the high-cut vintage Thierry Mugler garment, which emphasized her lean figure and long legs.
Her ombre blonde hair was pushed back entirely, as she sported a self-assured expression for the racy snap.
While opting for no accessorizes, the five-time Grammy winner demonstrated perfect posture and balanced on one of her tiptoes.
The Canadian-born singer achieved a natural bronzy makeup look and radiated a healthy glow.
On Friday, she posted a more up-close image, from the same day, but with an additional accessory on her right arm.
As she maintained a soft pout, all eyes were on her jewel-encrusted sleeve, which came up to her shoulder.
The bodysuit also included similar rows of studded gems along the hips and bust.
Doing her part: Celine’s post comes as many celebrities remind fans and followers via their social media channels about the importance of staying home during the spreading pandemic; seen here last September in Quebec City, Canada
In April, she overjoyed fans by rewriting the lyrics to her monstrously successful 1997 hit, My Heart Will Go On, to encourage fans quarantine and stay home.
The pop icon posted a brief video snippet of her music video from the hit, which was the love theme for the Oscar-winning film Titanic, next to which she wrote the slightly altered lyrics in both English and French.
‘Near, far wherever you are… make sure you’re practicing social distancing!’ the songbird wrote, before repeating the same sentiment in French, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Near, far, stay away: Celine Dion posted a re-do of the lyrics to her monstrously successful 1997 hit My Heart Will Go On to her Instagram feed in April, updated to reflect the recommended practice of social distancing