Ariana Grande’s New Video Breaks the Internet

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Ariana Grande’s New Video Breaks the Internet

The highly anticipated music video

The highly anticipated music video "Thank U, Next" made it's debut on November 29th shocking many viewers.

The highly anticipated music video "Thank U, Next" made it's debut on November 29th shocking many viewers.

The highly anticipated music video "Thank U, Next" made it's debut on November 29th shocking many viewers.

Maddy Taylor, staff reporter

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Ariana Grande recently released a music video for her latest single, “Thank U, Next.” Her video features many different celebrities and she parodies three popular movies, “Bring it On”,  “Mean Girls”, “Thirteen Going On Thirty”, and “Legally Blonde”.

This song is about previous exes she’d had and the struggles that came along with each of them and how she is grateful for each of them for teaching her new life lessons and how to overcome them.

Her video depicts iconic scenes from all of your favorite early- 2000’s movies. She mimics Jennifer Garner’s heartbreak scene at the end of “Thirteen Going on Thirty”, where she’s crying over the house Mark Ruffalo’s character built her when they were kids.

She also imitates the scene in “Mean Girls” where they are walking down the hallway, featuring Elizabeth Gillies from her “Victorious” days. Along with that, she mocks two scenes from “Bring it On”, the tooth-brushing scene featuring Matt Bennett and a cheerleading scene with Daniella Monet, also both from “Victorious”. She also features Kris Jenner as Amy Poehler’ character in “Mean Girls” as Regina George’s “cool” mom during the talent show scene in the movie.

The last movie she depicts in her video is the “bend and snap” scene featuring Jennifer Coolidge. They talk about exes and different types relationships before returning to the song.

This video has become one of the most watched videos on YouTube and it’s only been out for a few days, and this song is an empowerment anthem for many girls and women who’ve gone through some rough relationships.