Celine Dion is totally unrecognisable with new bowl haircut

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    Celine Dion
    Canadian singer

Céline Dion is known for her bold fashion choices -- and now, she's upgrading her beauty look to match her daring style.

The iconic singer recently revealed a new hairdo for the September issue of Harper's Bazaar and it may just be her biggest statement-making look yet.

Featured in the magazine's Icons feature, the 51-year-old poses in a variety of different looks -- an oversized neon green coat, a voluminous Marc Jacobs polka dot ensemble and an Alexander McQueen tuxedo dress -- with her new sleek bowl cut.

Whether it's a wig or actually Dion's hair, the new look has received a round of applause from her fans on social media.

"Omg this hair. It's perfecttttt. Bring it back to this!" wrote one fan. Said another excitedly, "OMG YAS KWEEN. wasn't able to recognize you at first LOL." Even Marc Jacobs is on-board, writing "GORGEOUS" with a bunch of hearts on Dion's picture.

The September 2019 issue was shot by Mario Sorrenti, styled by Carine Roitfeld and includes a variety of familiar faces, including Awkwafina, Christy Turlington, Alek Wek and Alicia Keys.

The singer has dialled up her fashion in recent years to include floor-length fringe, sleek pantsuits and bold prints, admitting that fashion has helped her following the loss of her husband René.

"I've always loved fashion, from as far back as I can remember. But as everyone knows, I've gone through some extremely difficult times in recent years, and I suppose that I'm spreading my wings a little bit more these days and doing so with the help of beautiful clothing and accessories," she said to People in 2017 about her fashion revamp.

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