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Everyone from Mandy Moore to Jordin Sparks Is Doing the ‘Celine Dion Challenge’ on TikTok

If you're a frequent TikTok user, then you've probably noticed that new songs seem to make waves every day. Whether it's “WAP” or “Kiss Me More,” the social media platform has become a rich source for discovering new music from popular artists, as well as lesser-known tracks that may not have gotten their proper due back in the day.

The latest track to circulate on the app is a bit of a throwback, given that it came out over 25 years ago. Céline Dion's cover of “It's All Coming Back to Me Now” (which she sent to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100) has made a surprise return, as users lip sync to Dion's powerhouse vocals in the "Céline Dion Challenge."

Of course, many celebs are joining in on the fun, and Mandy Moore hopped on the trend, adding a special twist along the way. Instead of merely lip syncing the lyrics, Moore decided to dress up like her This Is Us character, Rebecca Pearson. She also recruited her co-stars Sterling K. Brown and Jon Huertas to star in the video alongside her.

Moore captioned the video, “When you call ‘grace’ to make a @tiktok...#itsallcomingbacktomenow #thisisus #celinedion @celinedion @sterlingkbrown @jonhuertas.”

Many other celebs put their own spin on the challenge, like American Idol alum Jordin Sparks, who turned the end of the audio into a karaoke challenge. (And of course, Sparks absolutely nails those notes.)

“HOLD UP. This is a karaoke trend I can hop on! Adore you, @Celine Dion!,” Sparks said in her caption.

Other celebrities, like Michael Bublé and Pentatonix member Scott Hoying have hopped on the trend too, and the audio currently has over eighty-four thousand videos that sample it on TikTok.

We can't wait to see what other celebs join this challenge.

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