While many of us are looking to the year ahead, Céline Dion is diving into some serious nostalgia. No, she’s not reliving her scuba suit days or going full ’90s curly Céline again. Instead, the 51-year-old Grammy winner is revisiting the greatest (and most dated) trends of the ’90s and ’00s with a remake of her 1996 music video, “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now.”

The “My Heart Will Go On” singer just dropped her redux music video in partnership with Instagram Shop, and we have to say it really holds up to the original. Oh, you don’t remember that specific feat of creative genius? Allow us to refresh your memory.

It’s really something, huh? With that in mind, you’ll notice the homages to ’96 Céline in the new iteration. There’s the four-post bed in a gilded French Chateau, the white satin robe (this first look is Natori) and that classic bob, although this version is way more au courant.

Dion mixed it up for the highly dramatic thunder and lightning hallway scenes. In her new version, she swaps out her petticoat (yes, petticoat) for a series of serious lewks.

Next up is a full denim look that’s very Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake at the 2001 American Music Awards. In actuality, it’s comprised of the Good American Good Boy fray hem jeans ($179), a GRLFRND bustier ($178) and Retrosuperfuture sunnies ($254). We then quick cut to Dion in a Paris Hilton-esque outfit with python-printed Adam Selman Sport leggings ($135) and a sports bra ($95). Of course, it wouldn’t be the early ’00s without that pink faux fur ($371) or the tiny white St. Tropez sunglasses ($179), both from Michael Kors.

She really brings it home with her last two outfits, a Good American black spandex jumpsuit ($139) and a Berksha iridescent dress ($59) with bold Oscar De La Renta earrings ($390). The entire video is both a trip down fashion memory lane and a reminder of how zany CÚline Dion is. You can also shop each look via Instagram's new checkout feature.

Now, if you’ll excuse us, we need to watch this a couple more times.   

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