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Being a role model on the Internet has its own fair share of benefits as well as pitfalls. While, we get a chance to peek into the lives of our favorite celebs, up and close and adore them, it has also become a medium for the trollers who do not keep away from passing hurtful comments on social media. Living in a nation obsessed and overwhelmed with celebrities, some of us get so carried away by celebrities and the way they should be looking.


A lot of celebrities fall prey to fat-shaming, skinny-shaming celebrities, mostly women and young mothers. The latest name we found to be added to the list is one of Hollywood’s greatest singer and star Celine Dion who faced the remarks of the same.
Celine Dion who is 50 now, was out in Paris attending the Fashion week when she uploaded a few pictures of herself looking absolutely great and healthy. But for some really "concerned fans", she looked a bit too skinny. They expressed their discontentment and very inappropriately, asked her to eat something. This is one heck of a thing nobody likes to hear, celebrity or not.


The comment follows, “Fantastic my dear as usual. But I’m a little-worried bout’ your health, sometimes you look too much skinny and weak. And tired. Are you ok, hunny?”
Another comment read, "Hello Celine I worry, I too lost weight, but please eat, enjoy it and you will look even greater than how you are right now..."
But, the star was ready to give it back on their face. She immediately clapped back at the trollers and asked them to unfollow her if they don't like what they’re seeing. Speaking about it, she said, "If I like it, I don't want to talk about it. Don't bother. Don't take a picture" she said to a media outlet. "If you like it, I'll be there. If you don't, leave me alone."


In one of the interviews, she mentioned something which is very inspiring :"I'm doing this for me. I want to feel strong, beautiful, feminine, fierce and sexy." It's always been a part of me … And I’m 50 years old, it’s not to try to take chances, it’s what I want to wear … I want to do whatever I choose to be. I have an opportunity to wear haute couture and the things that make me feel beautiful, strong, fearless, feminine, attractive."

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