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Celine Dion is the latest celeb to launch a lifestyle brand

Find out when you'll be able to get your hands on the iconic singer's new fashion, home and beauty products.
/ Source: TODAY

What’s a singer to do when she’s sold over 40 million records, completed four sold-out world tours, won five Grammys, two Academy awards, and continues to rock a 13-year residency in Vegas? Launch a lifestyle brand, of course.

Celine Dion
Celine Dion attends 'BAMBI Awards 2012' at the Stadthalle Duesseldorf on November 22, 2012 in Duesseldorf, Germany.Getty Images

Celine Dion has inked a multi-year agreement with EpicRights and Prominent Brand + Talent to create a new line of products and services that will translate her passions — family, music, performing, entertaining, fashion — into products.

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The collection — which is currently being called “Celine Dion,” but will most likely change, according to a report from Billboard — will include home furnishings, fashion items and health and beauty products.

“Celine’s global reach, authenticity and broad fan base sets her apart,” said Epic Rights’ CEO Dell Furano in a press release. “We look forward to collaborating with Celine to create a far-reaching and all-encompassing lifestyle brand opportunity that is, like Celine, one-of-a-kind, exquisite sense of style and fashion.”

The 48-year-old “Power of Love” singer has made quite the statement with her style through the years, from her lavish stage outfits — sparkly and spectacular — to her daring red carpet choices, like the iconic backwards suit.

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Her home decor style is just as fabulous (sneak a peek at her ultra-luxe Florida estate), so we can’t wait to see what items come from her new collection.

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The only unfortunate thing is that we’ll have to wait a while — the line won’t begin rolling out until fall of 2017.