It referenced four classic girly movies - Bring It On, Mean Girls, 13 Going On 30 and Legally Blonde - and pulled together everyone from the films' original stars (hey, Aaron Samuels) to Kris Jenner for cameos. It even features Ariana's old Victorious co-star Elizabeth Gillies as Lindsay Lohan.
Regardless, "thank u, next" is a very catchy and enjoyable song that is complemented and bolstered by an awesome and well-produced music video.
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While the message of the lyrics is poignant and thoughtful, the music video takes a more light-hearted approach. "This video continues a string of immensely creative visual work that Ariana has released on our platform this year". The celebrities whose characters were featured in the music video reacted.
"Every now and then something comes along and just brightens your day", the actress wrote.
Since Miller's tragic death, Grande has honored her ex, who struggled with substance abuse throughout his life, in multiple ways, calling him an "angel" in "Thank U, Next" and sharing images of him on social media.
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Ariana Grande was filled with joy over this.
Reese Witherspoon, who helmed Legally Blonde, was also impressed.
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They are similar to us in that they've got a lot of exciting young players coming through. We are surprised the team is doing this well but hopefully we can keep going'.
Thank U, Next passed 100 million Spotify streams within two weeks of its release, quicker than any other song in the service's history, according to NME. "We were like, 'Oh my god, we have to get Kris Jenner!' She was the one really steering that".