Every once in a while, a celebrity takes over the news cycle for a series of weird or embarrassing reasons. In the past years, I published articles entitled What is Happening to Shia Labeouf and What is Happening to Katy Perry, which highlighted similar patterns. Apparently, it is Céline Dion’s turn. Indeed, the French-Canadian diva has attracted media attention for all kinds of strange reasons in the past weeks, leading some to even question her well-being.
To begin, the numerous media-friendly outings are somewhat out of character Céline, as she spent her entire career avoiding show business-related events. In 2012, in the wake of Whitney Houston’s untimely death, Céline Dion even admitted her distrust of the entertainment industry because it can destroy lives.
“I’m scared of show business, I’m scared of drugs, I’m scared of hanging out, and that’s why I don’t do parties and hanging out, and that’s why I’m not part of show business. We have to be afraid. I’ve always said you have to have fun and do music and you can never be part of show business because you don’t what it’s going to get yourself into. You have to do your work and get out of there.”
– E-News, Céline Dion Remembers Whitney Houston: “Drugs,” “Bad Influences Took Over”
Ever since the death of her husband and manager René Angélil in 2016, Céline’s “protection” against the industry appears to have vanished. In the past couple of years, Céline has taken part in all kinds of show business events, parties, fashion projects, and media stunts.
Because Céline is apparently a “lover of haute couture” her bizarre outings could be chalked up to “high fashion eccentricity”.
However, things recently took a sour turn. It’s like she’s was told by the industry elite she was avoiding her entire career: “Join us or lose everything”. And when Céline associated her name with Israeli fashion brand NUNUNU to create a “genderless” clothing line for children, things stopped being cool or funny.
In my article titled Something is Terribly Wrong With Céline Dion’s “Genderless” Clothing Line, I looked at the disturbing symbolism surrounding NUNUNU and its online marketing. Believe it or not, pictures on the site’s website and IG account directly refer to Satanism, child abuse and mind control. The video ad for the brand CÉLINUNUNU was also an upsetting piece of “WTF am I watching right now?”.
Since the publication my article about CÉLINUNUNU, the brand published more disturbing pictures involving children in bizarre scenarios. Here are some of them.
After the release of CÉLINUNUNU, Céline gave an interview on CNN with brand creators Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg. The interview is … weird.
After the launch of CÉLINUNUNU, Msgr. John Esseff, a priest of 65 years and an exorcist in the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania, made the news for declaring that the brand is “demonic”. In NC Register, he explained:
“I’m convinced that the way this gender thing has spread is demonic. It’s false. I don’t even know how many genders there’s supposed to be now, but there are only two that God made. The devil is going after children by confusing gender. When a child is born, what is the first things we say about that child? It’s a boy, or it’s a girl. That is the most natural thing in the world to say. But to say that there is no difference is satanic.
People behind this are influencing children to disorder. This is definitely satanic. There is a mind behind it—an organized mindset.
The devil is a liar and there are huge lies being told. This is being done for money, and there is divisiveness that comes from this—marks of the devil. The evil one feels that he can do these things without somehow being recognized behind it all. This [gender neutrality] is a ploy he has. It is being driven by an agenda because there is a spirit behind it.”
– NC Register, Exorcist Warns About Celine Dion’s Occult Children’s Clothing
Is Céline Dion the mastermind behind this clothing venture? Of course not, the brand has been around for years. Céline is simply being used to sell it. And when one is used by the elite, you can count on elite-owned media to cover it. Especially if there’s some unhealthy going on.
As stated in the beginning of the article, it appears to be Céline’s turn to be in the eye of a media storm. She’s everywhere. For instance, Céline’s recent trip to Paris made the news for all kinds of reasons. First, her emaciated physique (combined with weird wardrobe) lead some people to ask: Is she OK?
Is being part of the industry taking a toll on her? When asked about her weight, Céline became somewhat defensive. During an interview with The Sun, Céline said:
“If I like it, I don’t want to talk about it. Don’t bother. Don’t take a picture. I’m doing this for me. I want to feel strong, beautiful, feminine and sexy. If you like it, I’ll be there. If you don’t, leave me alone.”
Whether or not these two are in a relationship is not a fact I’m really interested in. However, it is just the piece of JUICY GOSSIP required to fuel the perfect media storm. Some publications came out with bold statements saying “Leave Céline alone!”, arguing that her weight and relationships are nobody’s business. However, these clickbaity rags (i.e. Jezebel) are just being hypocritical, as their “articles” only amplify the media storm.
To further prove that there is indeed a media storm, two important Céline-related announcements were made in the past two days: A $23 million biopic entitled The Power of Love will be released in 2020. The day after, Céline became the new face of L’Oréal Paris.
The days of Céline being “afraid” of show business are clearly over. She’s been scooped up by it and is now the center of a classic, artificially-created media storm. While Céline used to be solely about the music, she is now being used to promote specific agendas. Her brand CÉLINUNUNU is admittedly about creating a “new order” of genderless children.
Will keep going deeper into the industry? Because, in her own words: “You can never be part of show business because you don’t what it’s going to get yourself into”.
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