Missy Elliott is among a bevy of celebrities whose high school yearbook photos come to life an ingenious Honda Super Bowl commercial.

Dubbed the “Yearbook” ad, the clip is aimed at promoting the 20th anniversary of the Honda CR-V SUV. In the spot, old yearbook pictures from NBA icon Earvin “Magic” Johnson and actor-comedian Tina Fey, among others, offer wisdom for anyone pursuing a dream or a life goal.

Missy’s photo features her rocking finger waves and curly hair along with a pearl necklace. “If you wanna make an album, make an album,” she advises.

Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, dressed in a god-awful blue tuxedo, follows behind her. “If you wanna play the clarinet, maybe don’t dress like this, but play the clarinet,” he says while holding a clarinet. Finally, Golden Globe-winning actress Viola Davis ends the commercial with her sage advice, “The point is that all dreams are within reach. All you have to do is keep moving towards them.”

We couldn’t agree more.

Honda’s supa dupa fly commercial will air during Super Bowl LI, which kicks off on Feb. 5 at 6PM ET.

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