Cher was not the only legendary artist to turn back time at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.
As previously detailed, the 71-old dressed in very revealing outfits and belted out a pair of memorable hits on Sunday night.
But Celine Dion also made headlines for performing what most consider to be the most famous love song in cinematic history.
You know what we're referring to, don't you? Admit it: you've got it stuck in your head head right now after reading just that tease.
In honor of the 20-year anniversary of Titanic hitting movie theaters, Dion took to the stage at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and made us all cry all over again with a rendition of "My Heart Will Go On."
She opened her powerful number from behind a larger-than-life crystal chandelier.
As the music progressed from there, the enormous lighting fixture ascended to reveal the Grammy winner looking more beautiful than ever before in a white floor-length gown and over-the-top puffy sleeves.
While Dion reminded folks why she’s considered one of the top singers of all-time, clips of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet from the Oscar-winning film appeared in the background.
And while Leo may have become a legend for screaming that he's the "King of the World" in this movie, Dion reminded everyone who the music queen truly is.
No offense, Beyonce.
Following the performance, all in attendance rose to give Dion a standing ovation, while co-host Vanessa Hudgens couldn’t help but say simply “I love you, Celine!”
Join the club, Hudgie Bear.
Dion won six Billboard Music Awards for this exact song.
Last year, she accepted the ICON award (which went to Cher this time around) at the event and dedicated the honor to her late husband.
Break out the Kleenex and check out Dion's latest version of the Titanic theme song below.