Celine Dion made sure that her first ever Met Gala experience was one to remember - not just by wearing that origami-inspired headpiece, but with great behind the scenes dance moves.
The singer - who arrived at the fashion extravaganza at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art in a dramatic black and silver gown by Atelier Versace - danced unapologetically in Vogue's Instagram Portrait Studio during the event.
In the clip, Dion slips and slides around effortlessly to the music, and also pops her leg out from her gown to the beat. Her custom Versace dress couldn't have looked better against the black and white backdrop, and you've got to hold out for the final move in which she removes her black stiletto and uses it as a phone.
'I don't usually use this word but.. SLAY,' wrote one impressed fan commented beneath the video.
The behind the scenes digital art installation was introduced o the gala last year and has seen celebrities like Willow and Jaden Smith share their moves. , This year, actor and singer Jaden brought his hair along to mark Willow's notable absence.
Meanwhile, Dion admitted as she arrived on the red carpet at Ball - which honoured Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo - that she was worried she may not have been let in.
"I didn't know if I had to bring my card to let me in," she told E! Online. "I have a tissue just in case. My driver's license, passport. I didn't know what to bring!
"Beyond the dress, bring your stuff just in case they don't let you in. I would've started singing in the middle of the street [had they not let me in.]"