​Céline Dion Gets Taken Down by Hospital Security in Ad for Her Gender-Neutral Kids' Clothing Line

​Céline Dion Gets Taken Down by Hospital Security in Ad for Her Gender-Neutral Kids' Clothing Line
Céline Dion has released a gender-neutral children's clothing line designed to "inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes" — and the Canadian diva has certainly expressed her individuality with an ad for the new line.
 
A teaser clip showed Dion getting pinned to the ground and handcuffed for no reason in particular. She then looks up, smiles and says, "It's okay, it's okay! I'm Céline Dion."
 
An extended advertisement released today shows a pre-arrest Dion, wandering the halls of the newborn unit at a hospital and sprinkling black glitter all over the cribs, transforming them into well-dressed babies.
 
As she's getting cuffed and protesting, one of the guards quips, "Yeah, and I'm Beyoncé."
 
The fashion line's name, Célinununu, eventually scrawls across the screen. The line is a partnership between Dion and nununu, and it's available online here.
 
Watch the totally bizarre ad below.
 
And remember, just because you're famous, it doesn't mean you can walk through hospital wings changing babies' clothes.