Ariana Grande's new "thank u, next" trailer is so fetch

Sergio Cunningham
November 30, 2018

Ariana Grande made waves when she released her surprise track "Thank U, Next".

There's no release date for the whole video but it definitely feels. next. And it's so fetch.

Lilo has taken to Instagram to let the world know how she feels about the "Thank U, Next" music video.

The "God Is A Woman" vocalist has been teasing the concept for the video for weeks now, with re-enacted snippets of iconic teen classics such as "Bring It On", "Legally Blonde", "Mean Girls" and "13 Going On 30" being splashed across the web.

First, the singer took to Instagram to share two incredible images.

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The clip was followed with an image of Mean Girls' infamous "Burn Book", with the name of the single plastered across the front. Jonathan Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels in the film, and Stefanie Drummond, who played Bethany Byrd, make cameos. As she prepares her next studio album, her fans have heavily promoted "thank u, next" all over the place.

In order to create hype for the upcoming music video of the song, several stars-from YouTube celebrities to actors who featured in the famous American primetime show "Mean Girls" can be seen featuring in it.

This year has been filled with ups and downs for Ariana Grande.

"Ariana Grande told me my hair looked sexy pushed back", Bennett says in the clip.

And she ended with: "Also, I love #dynasty" which refers to Dynasty star Elizabeth Gillies who is playing Lindsay's role of Cady Heron in the video.

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