10 best moments from Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next video

10 best moments from Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next video

10 best moments from Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next video

Jonathan Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels and Stefanie Drummond, who played Bethany Byrd, both made cameos.

Early 2000s nostalgia aside, the video packs a hefty punch in terms of star power, too: Out singer Troye Sivan, YouTuber Colleen Ballinger, and Ariana Grande impersonator Gabi DeMartino reimagine some of the hilarious Mean Girls dialogue from the beginning of the film re: head-bitch-in-charge Regina George-or, in this case, Ariana Grande. Kris Jenner doing a shockingly impressive Amy Poehler impression6.

Thank U, Next has been described as an ode to all boyfriends past as it came into creation after Grande and Pete Davidson ended their engagement (read to the end if you're curious about who dumped whom).

It features Mean Girls' "army trousers and flip flops" girl (aka Bethany Byrd) and the singer Troye Sivan - but what is the opening sequence actually about?

Ariana Grande has led her fans to question whether or not she has her tongue pierced, after a snippet of her surfaced rolling her tongue to reveal something metallic in her mouth.

Grande opens the video as Regina George from 2004's "Mean Girls".

"Thank U, Next" received plenty of attention because it is all about her exes.

In her Legally Blonde entrance, Grande drives a Porsche with a licence plate that says "7 Rings" - the internet thinks this is a reference to friendship rings she and her six best friends have. Next up, Grande is on a bed, shaking red and black pom poms á la Kirsten Dunst, before leading a cheerleading squad at a high school football game.

And last but not least we have Reese Witherspoon, star of the heavenly film Legally Blonde. Hense the song. But you may have missed where it says "Sry I dipped" on Pete Davidson's page. She released the video on Friday, and it unequivocally slaps.

Ariana isn't just recreating Elle Woods for no reason.

Legally Blonde's Jennifer Coolidge - portrayed as Paulette Bonaforte - was also seen giving sound advises in the song. "And it was, it was really big".

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