Celine Dion is the latest artist to distance themselves from R. Kelly.

R. Kelly has the starring role in a TV show that he does not want you to see. 'Surviving R. Kelly' is a new documentary series aimed at highlighting the sexual misconduct that the rapper has taken part in for many years.

Now, artists who have been associated with R. Kelly in the past have been taking down their collaborations from the internet. The newest star to do this is Celine Dion.

The Canadian singer's team has pulled her collaboration with the rapper from all streaming websites. The song in question, 'I'm Your Angel.' was released in 1998 and appeared on Dion's Christmas album 'These Are Special Times.' The song reached number eight in the Irish charts that year.

Celine Dion is now the fourth artist to disassociate themselves from R. Kelly.

Last week, French band Phoenix apologised for performing with the rapper at Coachella in 2013; while Lady Gaga took her song 'Do What U Want (With My Body) from websites, stating she was sorry "for my poor judgement when I was young, and for not speaking out sooner." Chance The Rapper has also removed 'Somewhere In Paradise' from online streaming services. The artist said "Making a song with R. Kelly was a mistake."

R. Kelly continues to deny allegations of sexual assault.