Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Reese hails Ariana's new video

Reese hails Ariana's new video

Jenner, 63, is shown enjoying clips of her cameo, which owes credit to Amy Poehler's role in the iconic Mean Girls.

Below, we break down every single celebrity who appears in Grande's already-viral video.

Whether you love, hate, or try to ignore Kim Kardashian, this mom of three came through for her own mom after Kris starred in the Grande music video.

Jennifer Garner responded on social media to the new video, inspired by early-2000s romantic comedies. "I pray you never have to deal with anything like this ever and I'm sending you peace and love", she said on Twitter.

BTS' had held the record with their "IDOL" Music Video, gaining a massive 45.9M views in the 24 hour mark.

Ariana hid a very saucy secret message to Pete Davidson in the Thank U video

During the day, the video received 64 million views, took the leading position of the trends in YouTube more than 100 countries, including Russian Federation. In the video Ariana recreates the images of the main heroines of the popular movie "mean girls", "legally Blonde", "Bring it on" and "13 going on 30", reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Znaiu.

Grande's video was a refreshing take on four female-driven classics.

Ariana Grande explains reason she left Mac Miller out of burn book. It's the epitome of Grande: a kick-ass feminist singer who overcomes obstacles and comes out stronger.

Reese Witherspoon, who helmed Legally Blonde, was also impressed. 'Thank u, next' also made waves on another digital platform, Vevo.

Grande deleted the post, tweeting a amusing excuse for her lovelorn self.

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