Ariana Grande Makes History with ‘Thank U, Next’

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Ariana Grande‘s latest single “Thank U, Next” is one of the hottest songs out now thanks to lessons learned from her exes.

Even without a full music video, the song has already hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She has some nostalgic surprises for the music video, which she premiered on social media already. Let’s say, “Mean Girls” are back in session with a cameo from Jonathan Bennett, reprising his role as Aaron Samuels in the 2004 film. In the music video preview, Bennett quips, “Ariana Grande told me my hair looks sexy pushed back—she’s not wrong.” The video also reenacts scenes from other cult classics like “Bring It On” and “Legally Blonde.”

In addition to thanking her past loves, including rapper Mack Miller, who is died on September 7, 2018, at age 26, Grande is thanking fans for the positive feedback.






Showcasing her pain from past relationships, with Miller, rapper Big Sean, dancer Ricky Alvarez, and comedian Pete Davidson, Grande introduces the visual with a fun, spunky twist of high school reality. Grande publicly announced that her exes have listened to the song before it released.



The full-length music video drop on Friday, November 30. The lyrics are perhaps as intriguing as the proposed video: “One taught me love / One taught me patience / One taught me the pain / Now I’m so amazing, “continues the chorus:” Thanks, next / Thank you, next / Thank you, next / I’m so thankful for my ex.



The holidays are here and we already know what Grande is thankful for. So, we can all get into the post-breakup holiday spirit and let our exes know what they have done to make us better women.

Here’s support from other celebs, including “Mean Girls” star, Lindsay Lohan:



Grande makes history:




Staying busy since her most recent breakup with Davidson, Grande will be launching a new docuseries exclusively on YouTube. The four-part series titled “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries” shows a behind-the-scenes look at the making of her last album, “Sweetener,” and her 2017 Dangerous Woman Tour. The first episode set to debut on Nov. 29

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