Ariana Grande Dropped A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The 'Thank U, Next' Video

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Ariana Grande's video for her "Thank U, Next" breakup video has lived up to the hype. "I wish I could thank you to Malcolm / 'Cause he was angel". Before that, Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" held the record at 43.2 million views in a single day. It also features cameos from singer Troye Sivan, original Legally Blonde star Jennifer Coolidge and even Kris Jenner playing the Amy Poehler "cool mom" role from Mean Girls. While it's definitely not a burn book, it's more of a book thanking them. In the video, she pastes a photo of her and former fiance Pete Davidson (with parts of his face covered in purple hearts) into the book, and writes "sry I dipped" on the page.

What does this mean exactly? . She broke off her engagement with Davidson in September. "When you're Ariana Grande, you can get just about anybody".

The montage also reminded KUWTK fans of an already popular Kris moment where she's seen saying "you're doing unbelievable sweetie!" during season 1 of the reality series while Kim posed for Playboy.

The "Thank U, Next" video featured many noteworthy celebrity appearances.

Her law school textbook was called Immigration and Refugee Policy, which is points in the direction of the current global migrant crisis.

Ariana teased the video with a chat and countdown ahead of the premiere. The "Grateful" preview shows her getting glammed up and being her adorable, great story-telling self.

But this time, Ariana and Liz were grinding their hips while scantily clad in marabou-lined red velvet Mrs. Santa Claus costumes for a recreation of the Christmas pageant. She wants it to be known that she knows what's going on in the world.

Her Porsche's license plate says "7 Rings", something which many fans are speculating is the name of a new song. Well, immigrants in the states are being banned and forced back to their countries, and the divide in the U.S. right now.

Eight months after the attack Grande wrote a note about the attacks and shared it in the docuseries.

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