Yara Shahidi Is “That Somebody” in This Badass Tommy Hilfiger Look Inspired by Aaliyah

Yara Shahidi paid tribute to Aaliyah’s iconic style in preparation for the upcoming Spring finale of Grown-ish, and this look is taking me on a journey to the past.

“No Timbs were hurt in the making of this episode,” Yara captioned her Instagram photos sharing a sneak peek at her outfit, which featured a pair of Tommy Hilfiger boxers ($24), a brown leather Tommy Hilfiger belt ($46), and a customized Tommy Hilfiger logo bandeau top.

Yara, who plays Zoey Johnson on Grown-ish, paired her character’s look with loose bangle bracelets, a matching silver necklace, a pair of Timberlands, and maroon lipstick.

While Yara’s outfit is slightly different than the one Aaliyah wore in her iconic 2001 Tommy Hilfiger commercial, I definitely had to do a double take when I saw this on my dashboard. She even got the poses right!

Keep scrolling to see Yara work her Aaliyah look in the promo for the upcoming episode of Grown-ish and to take some style inspiration from some of Aaliyah’s most popular looks.

Yes, Those Are Tracee Ellis Ross’s Golden Pipes You Hear in The High Note Trailer

The trailer for Tracee Ellis Ross’s upcoming film The High Note dropped on Friday, Feb. 28, and we’re suitably awed by what could be our new favorite musical film now that A Star Is Born mania has passed. Ross steps into the spotlight as Grace Davis, a superstar singer that hasn’t made new music in over a decade and plays it safe by performing her biggest hits for fans. While we’ve always known that Ross is a talented actress, swimsuit model, and dancer, this is the first time we’ve been exposed to her musical talent. That’s right, those dulcet tones we hear in the trailer are really Ross’s!

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ross revealed that she sings six original songs as The High Note‘s Grace Davis, fulfilling a lifelong dream of the Black-ish actress. “It was so much fun to be working in a different world and a different genre,” she said. “It was also terrifying for me to face my dreams, I was so scared to sing! I really wanted this script for so long and I wanted this role. I went after it and I’m so happy with how it all turned out.”

Some people might assume that Ross drew inspiration from her superstar mother, Diana Ross, but the star explained that aside from both women being larger than life and often painted as a “diva,” her mother’s life didn’t influence her portrayal. “In all honesty, none of this is taken from the world I know of being my mom’s child,” she said.

She went on to share that the role has been “life-changing” for her. We hope the experience was life-changing enough to spur the actress to record some music of her own, but for now, we’ll just pore over what we can hear in the trailer until The High Note hits theaters on May 8!

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