The ad for the YouTube Originals documentary will lead into Super Bowl LV.
The ‘Infinite Bad Guy’ video brings together tens of thousands of YouTube covers of the track for an endless video that’s unique on every next watch.
The ceremony will also feature performances from homegrown stars Sia, Tame Impala, Lime Cordiale, Sampa The Great and more.
The 2003 hit is the second-ever Hip Hop video from the pre-YouTube era to achieve the rare milestone.
The official video for her new single was filmed in the deserted Glendale Galleria shopping mall in California.
The 3x platinum album featured hit singles ‘Don’t Matter’ and ‘Smack That’ featuring Eminem.
The song is the singer’s first track to join the prestigious list of music videos, while her “Lovely” collaboration with Khalid has also hit almost 900 million views.
Demi Lovato will host this year’s ceremony, which is scheduled to air live from Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, on Sunday, Nov. 15, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The documentary will be available on YouTube for free on October 30.
The three-day virtual event supports independent venues across the US.
A massive global hit, the song held onto No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 16 weeks in 2017.
Kelsea Ballerini, Dave Mathews, Finneas and many more are also performing for the event which runs across October 16-18 on YouTube.
Over the next year, the band will release over 100 visuals, including never-before-seen content and HD music videos.
The screening stands as a dedication to Reba’s original band members, who played on the special and tragically lost their lives in a plane crash the following year.
“Elvis on 'Ed Sullivan' was the original Big Bang of rock ‘n roll,” said Andrew Solt, CEO of SOFA Entertainment.
Fans can tune in at 12pm PT/3pm ET/8pm BST to revisit the ground-breaking, cross-reality live performance.