By Christian Holub
March 31, 2016 at 01:48 PM EDT
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An iconic photo taken in 1963 shows a young Bill Clinton shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy. The sense of time displacement, seeing a future leader interacting with a past one and wondering about the encounter’s impact, can really tug at one’s imagination. In a similar vein, Kylie Jenner recently shared a throwback video of her dancing on stage at a 2005 Gwen Stefani concert.

The video, which was included on Stefani’s concert DVD Harajuku Lovers Live, shows a raucous performance of “Hollaback Girl.” Towards the end of the song, Stefani invited a bunch of girls on stage to sing with her during the “B-A-N-A-N-A-S” section. She even gave the microphone to some of them to sing with her. And lo and behold, one of them was a young Jenner. She relished her short time at the mic, screaming along to “ain’t no hollaback girl!” from atop a dancer’s shoulders.

Watch the clip below.

Stefani’s most recent release This is What the Truth Feels Like is out now, and in her A- review, EW’s Leah Greenblatt wrote, “[Stefani] wears her girlishness on her own terms, and here it feels truer—and sounds stronger—­than it has in years.”