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    Fran Drescher Re-Wore An Iconic Piece Of Clothing From "The Nanny," And She Still Looks Amazing In It

    She's still got it!

    The flashy girl from Flushing is back, and she's as stylish as ever!

    Fran holds her hands out wide as her character from The Nanny
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    Fran Drescher channeled her iconic character from The Nanny during a recent photo shoot, pulling a memorable Moschino vest straight from her own closet.

    Fran wears a rainbow striped vest over a white blouse with puffy sleeves
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    The iconic show, which ran from 1993 to 1999, followed fashionista Fran Fine, who becomes a nanny for Broadway producer Maxwell Sheffield's three children after getting fired from her bridal boutique job.

    Fran sits on the edge of a staircase surrounded by her TV family
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    In the new shoot, Fran donned the same colorful striped vest as her beloved character did during the show's first season, 28 years ago.

    Fran smiles while wearing the vest during a promo photoshoot
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    "Did a shoot 4 @hbomax & @cancerschmancer 4 #thenanny & the Fran Jam Music Festival 6/20 at 6pm PT & 9pm ET so get ready to see a Gr8 show on Father’s Day eve," Fran captioned the photo.

    And Fran loved the throwback moment so much, she just had to share a second photo!

    While the upcoming event isn't quite the reunion fans have been hoping for, the Fran Jam Music Festival will be a virtual concert to benefit Fran's Cancer Schmancer foundation.

    Meanwhile, a reboot of the show is definitely still a possibility as well as a Broadway production that's currently in the works.

    Fran wears a black and white polka dot dress while standing back to back with her on screen husband
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    "Peter [Marc Jacobson] came up with the brilliant idea that Fran and Max moved back to New York because he missed Broadway, and for lack of a better idea, Fran says, 'Why don't you do a show about us?' And then [the] whole first season would be about him producing the show that's actually on...Broadway," Fran told E! News of a potential reboot plot.

    But for now, fans will have to stick to reruns that are now streaming on HBO Max.

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