Twenty years after her number one song I’m Your Angel was released, Celine Dion is being accused of being in league with the devil by a Catholic exorcist. Earlier this month, the 50-year-old released her own children’s clothing collection, a partnership with the brand NUNUNU that features 70 ‘stereotype-free styles’ of gender-neutral clothes. But a Pennsylvania-based priest and exorcist told the National Catholic Register that the line is ‘satanic,’ and that erasing gender differences, even in children’s clothing, is a ploy of the devil himself. Just call her Celine Demon! Celine Dion has launched a gender-neutral children’s clothing collection called CELINUNUNU, which is being slammed by an exorcist Celine Dion’s collection, called CELINUNUNU, includes T-shirts, pants, leggings, sweatshirts, and even a leather jacket that can be worn by any child, regardless of gender. Most of the prices hover around $65, though the leather jacket costs $290. The singer partnered with the brand’s founders to create the collection. Zeroing in on the real threats to today’s youth: Msgr. John Esseff has been a priest of 65 years, a...