Backup dancer rescues Céline Dion from having a wardrobe malfunction in public

Cheryl Kahla
Jan 23, 2019
06:40 P.M.
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Céline Dion attended the Paris Fashion Week with her best friend and backup dancer, Pepe Munoz.


It was a good thing too because Munoz saved Dion from a fashion faux pas when her gown almost revealed too much.

The two were seated in the front row of the Alexander Vauthier Haute Couture Show in Paris when her dress gaped wide open.


Without skipping a beat, Munoz secured the singer's dress, and the "My Heart Will Go On" singer thanked him with a sweet smile.

The two were clearly in good spirits and laughed throughout the evening. At one point, Munoz rested his chin in Dion's shoulder.

Celine Dion and Pepe Munoz enjoying a special moment. Image credit: Getty/GlobalUkraineImages


Dion turned heads with a pair of Armani wide-leg slacks and a white shirt while she accessorized with a black bow.

Dion looked elegant in a plunging black gown with sequin detail. She accessorized with sparkly dangle earrings and a diamond ring.

The singer completed the look with a matching black jacket, black high heel shoes, and dramatic makeup.

Celine Dion and Pepe Munoz at the Alexandre Vauthier Fashion Show. Image credit: Getty/GlobalUkraineImages


As was expected, Dion lived up to her fashion icon status. Apart from the Alexandre Vauthier dress, she also stepped out in an Armani outfit.

Dion turned heads with a pair of Armani wide-leg slacks and a white shirt while she accessorized with a black bow.

Munoz fixes Dion's dress. Image credit: Getty/GlobalUkraineImages


Her hair was swept into a French bun, and her couture look was very fitting for the evening. Munoz looked dapper in a leather jacket with trousers and black boots.

Dion has had a prolific few years behind her. However, back in September 2018, she decided to end her 8-year residency in Las Vegas.

At the time, Dion said that "Las Vegas has become my home and performing at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace has been a big part of my life."

Tickets to her last show were sold out in no time. She also thanked her fans for their continued support through the years.