Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” Video Is Here And My God, It’s Epic

After Grande and Pete Davidson ended their engagement, she released the hit single in which she talks about her other ex-boyfriends and past relationships.

In the opening verse, the singer mentions Davidson, Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, and the late Mac Miller.

“Thank U, Next” went right to the top of the Billboard Hot 10 upon its release.

Grande also performed the empowering track for the first time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with an iconic ode to the movie The First Wives Club.

Amid frenzied anticipation as the video was released, YouTube confirmed it set a new record for content using the platform’s new Premiere tool, allows viewers to experience the premiere of a video together.

The “Thank U, Next” video peaked at around 829,000 viewers watching simultaneously with over 516,000 messages posted in the discussion sidebar, another all-time record for Premiere on YouTube, the company said.

Here's All The Famous People That Appeared In Ariana Grande's “Thank U, Next” Video

Jennifer Coolidge reprised her role as Paulette from Legally Blonde.

Kris Jenner played Regina George/Ariana Grande’s cool mom.

Troye Sivan played a teen influenced by Ariana Grande.

Stefanie Drummond came back as her original role from Mean Girls .

Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings) was in the vid.

Another YouTuber Gabi DeMartino was also in it (she’s the one who looks like Ariana Grande).

Jonathan Bennet also appeared as his old self, Aaron Samuels.

Matt Bennett (no relation to the fictional Jonathan) who is Ariana’s former Victorious co-star showed up.

As did Liz Gillies, another Victorious co-star, who was the music video’s Lindsay Lohan.

And finally, Frankie Grande (Ariana’s brother) made a cameo too. As a figure skater on a poster on the wall.

Thank u, NEXT!!!!!!!

Kris Jenner Appeared In The “Thank U, Next” Video And Stepped Into The Role She Was Born To Play

So, we all know Kris Jenner — Momager, mogul, and pop culture’s official-unofficial Money Mover™.


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And unless you’ve been living under a BOULDER, you also know that pop princess Ariana Grande just dropped her iconic “thank u, next” music video that we will surely be reading about in history textbooks for the next 100 years.


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Well, in the video, Ari references a ton of famous female-centered rom-coms, including my personal favorite, Mean Girls.


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Naturally, homage was paid to the talent show/”Jingle Bell Rock” moment, but I was NOT 👏 PREPARED 👏 for what happened next…


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KRIS 👏 JENNER 👏 STEPPED 👏 INTO 👏 THE 👏 ROLE 👏 OF 👏 A 👏 LIFETIME 👏 AS 👏 REGINA’S 👏 MOM. 👏


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Like, Amy Poehler is shaking, quaking, and quivering!!!!!!!


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Kris NAILED the role — all the way down to the light pink Juicy Couture jumpsuit!!!!!!!


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Basically, this was all of us, SHOOK, rewinding the vid and finding the perfect screen grab of Kris to meme:

And so we took to Twitter:

i almost spit out my drink when kris jenner came on screen in ariana’s thank u, next videoo KRIS UR DOING AMAZING SWEETIE !!!!!

I just screamed when Kris Jenner popped up on my phone in the thank u, next music video. Now that was fucking iconic

Kris Jenner ~herself~ even weighed in on the vid:

Let’s face it: This was Kris Jenner’s role. She deserves an Oscar, a standing ovation, and a Hump Day treat.


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In conclush, Kris Jenner is NOT a regular mom, she’s a cool mom. 💁


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Here's All The Good Music That Dropped In November

Dropped: November 1

Fire level: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 / 5

Overview: As the fourth addition to LSD, the album featuring dynamic trio Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo, “Mountains” is as powerful and strong as the title suggests. With a slow, acoustic start, the song will have listeners thinking this is a softer sound on the album, just to find the opposite in the chorus. Like all of the previous releases on LSD, “Mountains” is a banger that makes you want to dance around your room without a care in the world.

Miley Cyrus Just Dropped A New Music Video And I'm OBSESSED With It

After months of a total social media blackout, Miley Cyrus broke her silence this week, sharing sneak peeks of her upcoming music video “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” with Mark Ronson.

Well, the video is officially here and it’s AMAZING. Not only is the music great, but there are a ton of interesting images and Easter eggs, pertaining to political issues, celebrity culture, and more. Here are some of the ones we spotted:

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The video shows Miley involved in a police car chase around Los Angeles.

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Miley on a wrecking ball hangs in one of the cop cars.

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Wolf News, which is a nod to Fox News.

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A license plate that spells “Asshole” backwards and with numbers.

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Stickers of Miley in the police helicopter.

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There are these kneeling football players.

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And, there are some priests in a strip club.

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Oh, and there are nuns too.

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Kids doing gun target practice using images of other kids.

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Someone holding a poster of the “Miley Blue Eye” meme.

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This guy promoting “Miley for President.”

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And this guy, who has “Miley” written on his teeth.

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And all of these Miley fans.

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And a big box store called Why Buy, where looting takes place.

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There’s a billboard promoting the single.

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Finally, when the car flips you can spot condoms, tampons, and a vape pen.

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Did you spot any other hidden images? Share in the comments below!

I'm Sorry, But Michael Bublé's Version Of “Santa Baby” Is A Disgrace To The Name Of Christmas

Michael Bublé changes several of the lyrics, all of which annoy me:

– “Santa baby” becomes “Santa buddy”, which is dumb, because the song is already called “Santa Baby”.

– He calls Santa “dude” instead of “dear”. Have some respect for Santa!

– He requests a “steel blue” car instead of a light blue one, because apparently men can’t like light blue now??? Guys! Please!

– He asks for a ’65 convertible instead of a ’54 one, but I don’t know anything about cars so I’ll let this one go.