Ariana Grande's new video addresses her relationships with Mac Miller, Big Sean, and Pete Davidson.
For weeks, Ariana Grande has been teasing her brand new music video for "thank u, next." The track released shortly after she called off her engagement to Pete Davidson, teasing plenty of celebrity appearances in the clip. Earlier this week, a teaser clip revealed that the cast of Mean Girls would be starring in the video, as well as Troye Sivan and a few others. The song itself was released as a surprise but the video has been expected for quite some time. Finally, it's arrived in its full glory, acting as sort of a love letter to Ari's favorite films.
From Mean Girls to Legally Blonde, Grande recreated a handful of her preferred flicks in one of her most extravagant music videos to date. After dropping Sweetener in the summer, she's experiencing all sorts of new inspiration after calling off her engagement. The track references her romantic episodes with Pete Davidson, Big Sean, Mac Miller, and more. Kris Jenner even makes an appearance as a proud mother. Gotta get to that bag, I guess.
The video clocks in at nearly six minutes in length. This is the latest addition in the leadup to the pop star's next album, which will also be titled thank u, next.