Dua Lipa channels Fran Drescher in The Nanny for '90s sitcom' themed Vogue video

Dua Lipa channeled Fran Drescher on The Nanny for a sitcom spoof video.

The 24-year-old pop act was in the Vogue clip modeling an array of outfits by top designers, striking what the magazine called a '90s sitcom' theme.

Her brightly colorful ensembles were in the exact style that Fran would have worn in character as Fran Fine on The Nanny, which aired from 1993 to 1999.

'Dua Lipa's world': Dua Lipa channeled Fran Drescher on The Nanny for a sitcom spoof video

Iconic: Fran is pictured on the long-running series

Big fan: Dua Lipa (left) channeled Fran Drescher on The Nanny (right) for a sitcom spoof video

Legend: Her brightly colorful ensembles were in the exact style that Fran would have worn in character as Fran Fine on The Nanny, which aired from 1993 to 1999

Legend: Her brightly colorful ensembles were in the exact style that Fran would have worn in character as Fran Fine on The Nanny, which aired from 1993 to 1999

The Vogue videos began with an animated sequence that bore a distinct resemblance to The Nanny's opening credits.

In it, an animated Dua was shown hopping the Atlantic from her native London to New York, then riding a train and traipsing into a Manhattan brownstone.

As the 'sitcom' began, Dua traipsed into the elegant home in an Eckhaus Latta skirt suit in a shrieking yellow shade worthy of Fran Fine.

She also took her best stab at the character's bubbly charm when she crowed: 'She's home!' and flung off her checked Oscar De La Renta coat.

New look: The 24-year-old pop act was in the Vogue clip modeling an array of outfits by top designers, striking what the magazine called a '90s sitcom' theme

New look: The 24-year-old pop act was in the Vogue clip modeling an array of outfits by top designers, striking what the magazine called a '90s sitcom' theme

In homage: The Vogue videos began with an animated sequence that bore a distinct resemblance to the old show's opening credits

'The flashy girl from Flushing': The old show's opening credits sequence, accompanied by the song The Nanny Named Fran, is pictured

In homage: The 24-year-old pop act was in the Vogue clip modeling an array of outfits by top designers, striking what the magazine called a '90s sitcom' theme

She had style, she had flair: In it, an animated Dua was shown hopping the Atlantic from her native London to New York, then riding a train and traipsing into a Manhattan brownstone

She had style, she had flair: In it, an animated Dua was shown hopping the Atlantic from her native London to New York, then riding a train and traipsing into a Manhattan brownstone

Specifically, she threw the coat onto the arms of a snobbish butler who was reminiscent of Niles, Daniel Davis' character on The Nanny.

Although Dua kept her London accent for the role, when she entered the kitchen she was joined by a pal who was distinctly New York.

Her friend leaned against the doorway eating chips because 'We ran outta food at my place,' a sentence she said in her best Queens accent.

She seemed to be a composite of Fran's best friend

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