Here’s an Early Christmas Present: Ariana Grande’s “Thank u, Next” Video Breaks Youtube

Ariana Grande’s new music video has everyone seeing pink and it’s not even Christmas morning!


The pop sensations, 25, released the latest music video for her new single, thank u next November 30- and the video features celebrity cameos that are pretending to be characters from early 2000s movies like Mean Girls, 13 Going On 30, Bring It On, and Legally Blonde (Not to mention Kris Jenner, Troye Sivan, and Jennifer Coolidge making appearances as well).

The video begins with Grande scrapbooking in her Burn Book as she describes how she wrote songs about her exes including Big Sean, Ricky Alverez, Pete Davidson, and the late Mac Miller.

Thought I'd end up with Sean But he wasn't a match Wrote some songs about Ricky Now I listen and laugh Even almost got married And for Pete, I'm so thankful Wish I could say, "Thank you" to Malcolm 'Cause he was an angel

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Mainly this video shows how to get the best revenge it’s easier to smile and move on with your life. However, Grande felt otherwise as her fans couldn’t believe how much shade was being thrown to her past lovers and sung about falling in love with the one thing that truly matters- herself.

I know they say I move on too fast But this one gon' last 'Cause her name is Ari And I'm so good with that

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This is what we know to be the gratifying, yet the sentimental blend of Grande Greatness.



This song alone has broken records on social media upon its audio release. And to add more pink icing on this strawberry cake, On Spotify, Grande received the most streams in just one day from this song and once its debut number one on the Billboard charts.


Considering the fact that Grande has had success and infectious hits like “Dangerous Woman”, “God is a Woman”, and “Focus” it is no surprise that “thank u, next” is Grande’s first Number 1 single on Billboard’s Hot 100. Similar to her music, it’s considered to be very catchy to a point where you can’t possibly forget even one verse unless it becomes a meme the next day. But with every song she makes, there is always a backstory that is uncovered that grows with ethnic responsiveness.


What makes this song really good for tea time is that before the video itself has been released, Grande broke off her engagement with Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson. No we all may think that heartbreak like this a song about heartbreak or even a slight diss would be much of a prediction, but with Ariana’s songs having different meanings Arianators everywhere would definitely know that she will flip the script(or just bend and snap).