Ariana Grande Pokes Fun at Broken Engagement in Snippet of 'Thank U, Next' Music Video

The 'Mean Girls'-themed teaser recreates the classic montage scene from the 2004 movie, and features some real stars from the film as well as cameos by Colleen Ballinger and Troye Sivan.

AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande just hyped up the highly-anticipated release of her music video for "Thank U, Next" by dropping the teaser on Monday, November 26. Shared via her social media accounts, the clip doesn't feature the 25-year-old songstress, but has cameos by familiar faces like singer Troye Sivan and YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger.

The less-than-one-minute clip is a remake of the classic montage scene from "Mean Girls". Instead of answering who Regina George (the leader of The Plastics) is, the stars in the video introduce Ariana by sharing how the "No Tears Left to Cry" hitmaker is affecting their lives.

One girl got pregnant after learning of a rumor saying that the former Nickelodeon star was expecting a child. Referencing Ariana's split from Pete Davidson, "Mean Girls" star Stefanie Drummond says, "Ariana broke off an engagement so I found a guy to propose to me and I broke off an engagement." Jonathan Bennett, who starred in the 2004 movie, is additionally included in the video.

Troye Sivan, meanwhile, shares another rumor he's heard about the "Sam & Cat" alum, "I heard she's a lesbian now and dating some chick called Aubrey. It's f***ing sick." The video also features Gabi DeMartino who was once slammed by Ariana's fans for impersonating the singer in a YouTube video.

The teaser is left captionless and it only says that the full music video will be "coming soon."

Naturally, fans can't wait to see the full music video. "Can you release this s**t already im tired of waiting," Instagram personality Bretman Rock tweeted. YouTuber Gabbie Hanna already loved it, commenting on the teaser, "YESSSS I LOVE THIS AND EVERYONE YOU PUT IN IT. FUCKING GENIUS SO EXCITED." Another weighed in, "this s**t finna be crazy, wow."

Ariana previously treated her fans to behind-the-scenes looks of the music video. The photos hinted that the upcoming visuals would pay tribute to some classic romantic comedy movies like "Legally Blonde" and "13 Going on 30" in addition to "Mean Girls" and a fourth movie which is not disclosed yet.

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