Cindy Crawford Just Recreated Her Iconic ’90s Pepsi Ad on Instagram, And Hot Damn She’s Still Sexy as Hell

There must be something in that soda.

Cindy Crawford Pepsi
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While Kendall Jenner’s now-infamous Pepsi commercial is arguably the worst ever created by the soda company, Cindy Crawford’s iconic 1992 ad still reigns as the hottest of all time.

The supermodel just recreated it for Vogue’s “73 Questions” segment, proving that she can still sell that red, white and blue logo just as well as she could 25 years ago.

It’s not the first time she’s revisited the mesmerizing commercial, either. Last year, she parodied it alongside The Late Late Show’s James Corden for Super Bowl 50.  

Nothing quite compares to the original, though. Watch it in all its steamy glory below: 

Cindy only posted the final question of Vogue’s segment to her Instagram, but the rest of the interview was filled with interesting nuggets including her most memorable runway moment. 

“Versace in ’91,” Crawford recalled. “All of us came down the runway lip-syncing George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90.” 

The legendary model also name-dropped the one up-and-comer who she thinks everyone should be following—her daughter, Kaia Gerber. She’s only 15, but it’s already easy to see that she’s destined for supermodel stardom.