Ally Brooke just weighed in on that viral video of Celine Dion.

In a TikTok posted to her account on June 15, the former Fifth Harmony member clears the air regarding a viral video that dates back to 2020.

The video shows Dion in a vehicle in New York City as she prepares to head off to another location. Suddenly, a fan approaches and begins singing Dion's song "I Surrender."

Dion appears to be unimpressed as she rolls up her window before the car drives away from the person singing.

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Ever since the video first went viral, some have mistaken Brooke for the person singing in the viral video.

Spoiler alert: It's not her.

"Guys, I hate to break it to you, but that was not me. That's not me! Here is me," Brooke says before cutting to a clip of her singing Dion’s 1996 hit “All by Myself" when she was younger.

Watch below:

The person featured in the clip is actually Freida Solomon, who is a musician and a life coach.

Additionally, the original version of the video reveals that Dion did not roll up her car window on Solomon, but instead gave her a fist bump.

Dion even praised her singing voice, telling her, "You’re amazing! Thank you for singing for me, I appreciate that."

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