Céline Dion is getting into the children’s clothing market and acting, apparently.
The singer, 50, debuted a short video clip announcing Célinununu, which appears to be a gender-neutral clothing line for children, on social media Monday morning.
In the video, Dion is wrestled to the ground by a police officer who pins her hands behind her back. “It’s OK, it’s OK,” she says. “I’m Céline Dion.”
The Célinununu website lists sweatshirts, jackets, leggings and T-shirts available for $42 to $161 and baby clothes such as hats and onesies for $20 to $59.