Ever the stylish diva: Celine Dion dazzles in Zuhair Murad at the Grammys

Published February 13th, 2017 - 06:42 GMT
Celine finished off her elegant look with pulled back tresses and glowing makeup. (Instagram)
Celine finished off her elegant look with pulled back tresses and glowing makeup. (Instagram)

She has five Grammy Awards to her name.

But on Sunday, Celine Dion was playing presenter as she arrived for this year's awards show in a dazzling green Zuhair Murad dress.

The 48-year-old stunned in an emerald gown with a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit.

The singer posed up a storm in her stunning frock, which featured accentuated shoulders, an open back and a fitted waist.

Celine's glamorous look had a light green colored suede belt with a diamond detail.

The award-winning artist hit the carpet in Los Angeles while wearing gold and green heels with coordinating jewelry.

Celine sported emerald and diamond earrings with matching rings.

Celine, who presented the award for Song Of The Year, spoke to Entertainment Tonight about her plans this year.

The songstress told ET that: 'I'm still doing shows in Las Vegas - about 60-ish shows - and this summer I'm going to Paris, London, Berlin.'

She continued: 'About 16 cities, 25-26 shows, then back to Vegas.'

While doing the interview, Lady Gaga walked by her and Celine told her: 'Congratulations on the Super Bowl, you're amazing. I love you!'

She then told ET: 'I did a French album last year, I'm doing an English album now. I'm at the Grammys and I saw Lady Gaga so what's left?' 

Celine finished off her elegant look with pulled back tresses and glowing makeup.

She later took the stage to present Song Of The Year during this year's Grammys; she presented the award to Adele.

To present the award, Celine changed into a stunning black gown. 

The singer chose a one-shouldered look, adding several diamond accessories for a sparkling touch.  

Her Grammy Awards outing comes one year after her husband Rene Angelil died.

He passed away at the age of 73 on January 14, 2016 from complications of throat cancer. 


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