Celine Dion’s classic ballad “It’s all mine now” has recently trended on TikTok, and fellow singer Michael Bublé isn’t one to shy away from a challenge.
Bublé is just one of more than 87,000 users who have been trending on TikTok. Trend participants lip-synch to the song, becoming progressively more dramatic as the music builds. While other users’ videos feature flashing lights, quick outfit changes and intricate choreography, Bublé put his own spin on it to show his love for Canadian hockey.
At the start of the video, Bublé stands in front of a goal net with three framed hockey jerseys in the background. Wearing a t-shirt that reads “Canadian Built,” he holds a hockey stick and a glove in each hand. Dion’s voice crescendos in the background:
There were endless nights of fun, it was more than all your laws allowed.
Bublé tosses his hockey stick and glove to the side, swapping them for a sparkling replica Stanley Cup. Someone runs in the background waving the Canadian flag, and confetti bursts as Bublé syncs to the Stanley Cup:
It was gone with the wind, but it all comes back to me.
In the caption, Bublé wrote, “Finally got the time to put in the effort this trend deserves…Love you @celinedion.”
Fans flooded the comments section with positive comments. @squirrelandmoose joked, “’Canadian Heritage Moment’,” and @beaulahscat wrote, “I’m losing my mind! The best so far!”
Fans weren’t the only ones who reacted positively to the video. Dion herself posted it on her Instagram Story, writing, “He shoots, he scores! You are amazing @michaelbuble. I love you! Celine xx” with a red heart emoji.
Bublé affectionately replied, “I love you more. No, you hang up. No, you hang up…”
While Bublé is certainly not the only celeb to jump on this trend, he is among the few to get Dion’s public approval. Watch more “It’s all coming back to me now” videos here.