Published: Sun, December 02, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Ariana Grande drops "Thank U, Next" video

Ariana Grande drops

The burn book is where things get interesting, considering a lot of "Thank U, Next" is about Grande's former relationships.

Multiple actors from the original movies popped into the video, reprising their roles, as well as Kris Jenner taking the role of Amy Poehler in Mean Girls as the "cool mom".

The pop singer dropped the much anticipated music video for her hit song "thank you, next" on November 30, and in the process managed to overload the online video platform.

Anyways, after a mini-countdown on Friday (accompanied by some more behind-the-scenes photos), the Thank U, Next video has finally arrived.

Before the final chorus, the video cuts to a scene of Grande and Jennifer Coolidge inside "Neptune's Beauty Nook", the nail salon from Legally Blonde where a distressed Elle first meets her partner-in-justice and fellow dog lover, Paulette Bonafonté. It was obvious the song will consist parodies of some classic teenage films: Mean Girls, Legally Blonde, Bring it on and 13 going on 30.

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The almost five-minute video also features plenty of celebrity cameos, including Jennifer Coolidge and Jonathan Bennett, reprising their roles as Paulette in "Legally Blonde" and Aaron Samuels in "Mean Girls", respectively. There's a cheer-leading sequence from Bring it on and the we see her as Jennifer Garner's Jenna Rink from 13 going on 30!

There's even a cameo from Kris Jenner in the role she was born to play. Whether you weren't a fan of hers before or you've loved her since her Victorious days, this music video just proves she's a legend. In the song, she sings "Even nearly got married / To Pete I'm so thankful".

However, her fourth ex - Mac Miller - who died of drug overdose recently, wasn't mentioned in the book.

"Thank U, Next" is her first song to hit the top of the chart. Grande talks to her about her ex's parts - a likely reference to Davidson's "big d*** energy" - and Coolidge thought she meant big front tooth.

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