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Pop singer Ariana Grande released a new music video for her song "breathin," but you won't be seeing the 25-year-old singer performing in it against an exotic backdrop with smoke, fire, and an army of sexy backup dancers.

She's going a different route this time in featuring the song from her fourth studio album, "Sweetener."

Speaking of things that are sweet, the main character in this video is so sweet, you're going to get a toothache just from watching it.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's jointly-owned teacup cup pig named Piggy Smalls is making its debut.

Vulture called Piggy's performance in the video, "Career-defining."

Piggy already has an impressive resume, with past appearances on Grande's Instagram story and in a photo where the piglet is blissfully sleeping on Davidson's stomach.

Piggy Smalls also took up permanent residence in the form of a tattoo on Davidson's torso, according to Eonline.

The entire 3-minute "breathin" video is Piggy hogging the camera as it follows the baby porker around the couple's apartment.

The furry creature occasionally hams it up with closeups into the lens.

Grande trolled fans earlier declaring that this was the official music video for "breathin."

However, she later revealed that the video was just a placeholder while the singer takes a brief hiatus after some negative responses from her "Sweetener era."

"been thru hell and back and I'm doing my best to keep going," she wrote, in response to a fan who said "this era is a joke and lazy."

"thought this would make u laugh while u wait for you real one bc I took a break to take care of myself for a lil while. my b."

You will never get enough of Piggy.

Maybe the real official "breathin" video doesn't have to be made after all.

We have a feeling we'll be seeing a lot more of Piggy in the future.

H/T - Buzzfeed, Vulture, YouTube, Twitter, Eonline

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