Kelly Clarkson is channelling a Canadian icon.

On Friday’s “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, the host kicks things off with another signature “Kellyoke” cover, this time singing Céline Dion’s 2003 hit “I Drove All Night”.

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Clarkson performed the upbeat romantic track with backing from her band Y’all, showing off her own incredible vocals.

“I Drove All Night” was originally recorded by Roy Orbison in 1987, a year before he passed away, but his version did not get a release until 1992.

Before that, Cyndi Lauper put out her own take on the song in 1989, making the song a top 10 hit and earning a Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.

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When Orbison’s version was finally released, it returned him to the Billboard charts posthumously.

Dion’s cover of the song sped up its tempo with a euro-disco sound, becoming an international hit.