Twenty years after her number one song I'm Your Angel was released, Celine Dion is being accused of being in league with the devil by a Catholic exorcist.
Earlier this month, the 50-year-old released her own children's clothing collection, a partnership with the brand NUNUNU that features 70 'stereotype-free styles' of gender-neutral clothes.
But a Pennsylvania-based priest and exorcist told the National Catholic Register that the line is 'satanic,' and that erasing gender differences, even in children's clothing, is a ploy of the devil himself.
Celine Dion's collection, called CELINUNUNU, includes T-shirts, pants, leggings, sweatshirts, and even a leather jacket that can be worn by any child, regardless of gender.
Most of the prices hover around $65, though the leather jacket costs $290. The singer partnered with the brand's founders to create the collection.
The designs also features skulls, cross bones, and Illuminati eyes.
The French-Canadian singer has three sons herself: René-Charles Angelil, 17, and twins Nelson and Eddy, eight.
'I’ve always loved NUNUNU and what they represent. Partnering with Iris [Adler] and Tali [Milchberg] to encourage a dialogue of equality and possibility makes so much sense.'
'CELINUNUNU lets children choose outside stereotypes and norms so they can bring from within their own tastes and preferences,' she continued.
'We help them feel free, creative, inspired, respectful of one another and happy in the world.'
But Msgr. John Esseff is not convinced by her positive language and goals.
Esseff, who was once a spiritual director to Saint Teresa of Calcutta, has been a priest for 65 years, as well as an exorcist in the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania for over 40 years.