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Ariana Grande's video for Thank U, Next is easily one of the most entertaining movie mash-up videos people have seen in years. It's got tons of cameos, it's got drama, it's got the Mean Girls dance number - the video is really a treat for anyone who loves classic "teen angst" films. It was already great, but folks it just got better.


Ariana just casually gifted fans with a drop on YouTube. It's a 4 minute long video that opens with a deleted scene and continues with more material that ended up on the cutting room floor as well as a few bloopers.

Check it out.

Ariana Grande - thank u, next (bloopers + deleted scene) youtu.be


Ari hadn't dropped any hints to her fans that it was going to be released, and she was even more nonchalant when she shared the video with Twitter. She didn't even bother with words - just a single little heart.

But really, the heart said everything we needed to know, didn't it?


Her fans had plenty of words, though! They loved every second of this.











We don't know if the rest of her videos from this album will be as epic, but we certainly hope so. Fans are ready, Ariana. Thank u, next video please!


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