Celine Dion posed topless, wore stuffed animal overalls and frolicked near the ocean, in a recent sexy and quirky photo shoot for V Magazine.
The 44-year-old singer donned a slew of avant-garde ensembles, thanks to stylist Carlyne Cerf de Duzeele and posed for photographer Sebastian Faena at her Florida home.
The photo shoot featured the French-Canadian singer wearing a rainbow hair coat in one shot, micro shorts in another and one in nothing but long gloves and leather pants. The Fall 2012 issue of V magazine also features Nicole Kidman topless on the cover, exposing the bottom of her butt, with the headline, "Nicole Gets Cheeky!"
The most interesting ensemble Dion wore in her shoot was probably the pants covered in stuffed teddy bears, worn with suspenders, wrist cuffs and a rabbit face mask.
"I'm like this in my real life," Dion told V magazine of the photo shoot, according to People magazine. "I was scared a little bit because this is so different for me, but I'm glad I did it. Usually there's always a reason when I do a photo shoot, there's not the opportunity to go crazy."
In the interview, the five-time Grammy winner talked about motherhood, her affinity for British singer Adele and stardom.
"I thought I had a life before, but until I was a mom, I had no idea," Dion said. "Why would I want a hit? Why would I want to win awards? There is nothing I can hope and wish for my career: I can just hope to be blessed as a mother for the rest of my life the way I am now. That's the only nomination I want."
Dion is currently doing a three-year residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. She had performed hundreds of times at the venue between 2003 and 2007 and the show grossed more than $400 million.
Dion toured the world in 2008 and 2009 and in late October 2010, she gave birth to her and husband Rene Angelil's twins, Eddy and Nelson, reportedly after a sixth in-vitro fertilization attempt. The two are also parents to 11-year-old Rene-Charles.
Watch a behind-the-scenes view of Celine Dion's V magazine photo shoot below.