People are feeling quite melodramatic thanks to a throwback Céline Dion song from the ’90s.
Dion’s 1996 cover of Pandora Box’s “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now,” was a megahit reaching No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. But the song is all coming back to TikTokers in 2021. People are getting creative using sheets, leaf blowers, mops and gowns to create the most dramatic lip-syncs of the classic bop.
“It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” by Céline Dion
Songwriter Jim Steinman wrote the power ballad inspired by the novel Wuthering Heights. The singer Meatloaf originally wanted to record the song but Steinman thought it was meant for a female vocalist. The girl group Pandora Box eventually created their rendition, but it wasn’t a hit until Dion covered it for her album Falling into You.
Yerlin Montoya recorded her daughter’s Oscar-worthy lip-sync of the song. The teen sang into a microphone with a starry sheet wrapped around her waist like a gown. Then she ripped off the sheet to reveal a wedding dress underneath as the wind (from a blow dryer) blew through her hair.
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