Ariana Grande releases highly-anticipated music video for 'Thank U, Next'

Ariana Grande releases highly-anticipated music video for 'Thank U, Next'

Ariana Grande releases highly-anticipated music video for 'Thank U, Next'

With the amount of hype and anticipation that Ariana Grande has built in the lead-up to her "Thank U, Next" video, it feels like we've been waiting for it for forever.

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

The pop singer has taken some of the most iconic scenes from some of the most well-known movies from the 2000s, and recreated them.

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'Omg we tried to put our own twist on it so legal wouldn't come for us but THANK U. this is the biggest honor. love u more than words, ' Grande wrote back.

And last but not least we have Reese Witherspoon, star of the heavenly film Legally Blonde.

Ariana Grande's new video is finally here, 'Thank U' very much

Finally, her fourth ex, Mac Miller, who died in September from a drug overdose, is called an angel and is not given a page in the Burn Book.

Jennifer Garner, star of the beloved Suddenly 30 shared the music video to her Instagram with the caption: "Every now and then something comes along and just brightens your day". You may also spot a few of Grande's former "Victorious" co-stars, like Daniella Monet, Liz Gillies and Matt Bennett, and friends Troye Sivan, Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings), Alexa Luria and Courtney Chipolone.

Jonathan Bennett, the real Aaron Samuels from Mean Girls put it simply.

Firstly, Mean Girls gave Grande the greatest honour of all. She released the video on Friday, and it unequivocally slaps. In the song, she sings "Even nearly got married / To Pete I'm so thankful".

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. "He's really cute. And it was... it was really big", perhaps in reference to a certain type of "big energy" that Davidson reportedly has.

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