As a fellow Canadian pop superstar, it's no wonder that Michael Bublé wanted to get in on TikTok's hilarious #CelineDionChallenge -- and of course he couldn't help working hockey into the equation.
The #CelineDionChallenge involves lip-syncing to Dion's hit "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" while wearing some kind of coat, blanket or cover-up, and then throwing it off to reveal a glamorous gown, as confetti showers down and a fan -- or a hair dryer, or a leaf blower -- dramatically starts blowing your hair and outfit around.
In Bublé's version, he's standing on ice skates guarding a hockey goal, holding a stick and wearing goalie gloves. As he hits the big reveal moment, he throws off his gloves and the stick and then grabs what appears to be a Stanley Cup while someone runs behind him holding a Canadian flag and someone else kneels in front of him and pops confetti.
"Finally had the time to put in the effort that this trend deserves," Bublé wrote in the caption. "I love you @celinedion."
Fans loved the singer's submission to the social media challenge, with one commenting, "I’ve never seen anything so incredibly Canadian in my entire life. And I love it."
While many applauded just how Canadian the video is, one person had a suggestion for how it could be even better. "This is missing Ryan Reynolds lifting him up," someone wrote.
Bublé's new single, "I'll Never Not Love You," comes out on Friday.
Michael Buble takes the 'Celine Dion Challenge' to a new level originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com