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A comprehensive guide to all the references in Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’ music video:
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After nearly two weeks of teasing her gargantuan fan base with behind-the-scenes snaps and snippets, Ariana Grande has finally dropped her “thank u, next” music video. With references from Mean Girls, Legally Blonde, Bring it On, and 13 Going on 30, the five-and-a-half minute video is a delightful romp through early-2000’s cinematic iconography, and with its overtones of pink, sparkles, and retro fashion, it’s as gorgeous for the eyes as it is for the ears. And with so much fetch content to see, we created the comprehensive reference guide to the video. The video opens with a Mean Girls-style intro that the “Dangerous Woman” singer released on Tuesday, bringing singer Troye Sivan, YouTuber Gabi DeMartino, Mean Girls actress Stefani Drummond, and more on screen to rave about their Ariana obsessions. Continuing to pay homage to the 2004 Tina Fey comedy, “thank u, next”‘s first verse is played over shots of Grande flipping through her version of the Burn Book, titled “thank u, next” which is half-cute and half-serial-killer scary, with cutout letters, pasting in photos of the exes she mentions in the song’s first few lines. Ex-fiancé Pete Davidson’s Burn Book page has a few telling notes scribbled down: “Pete” is written inside a heart; “I love you always” is jotted down the right side; and “HUUUGE” runs across the bottom, recalling a running joke about Davidson being well-endowed. SHE FUCKIN DIDN’T pic.twitter.com/AH84VeQQzi — gina (@ginagrande_) June 22, 2018 As the 25-year-old croons “Even almost got married, and for Pete I’m so thankful,” Grande croons, she also writes “sry I dipped.” Then, Grande struts through the halls of a recreated North Shore High with her Mean Girls lookalikes. Grande is the Queen Bee of the pop music scene at the moment, so she fit right into her role as Regina George, the onscreen HBIC, originally played by Rachel McAdams. Jonathan Bennett reprises his role from the film as dreamy Aaron Samuels, and Grande’s longtime friend and collaborator Elizabeth Gillies (Dynasty) — who Grande has previously worked with on the Nickelodeon series Victorious and the 2008 Broadway play 13 — portrays “homeschooled jungle freak” Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan). Grande’s close friends Courtney Chipolone and Alexa Luria (who’s holding her chest in a nod to her character’s ability to predict the weather with her breasts) rounded out the Plastics, standing in for Lacey Chabert’s constantly overlooked Gretchen Wieners and Amanda Seyfried’s lovably dull Karen Smith, respectively. All of the actors in the video wear clothes similar to those from the Mean Girls scene from the North Shore jungle, ahem, mall, but Grande’s outfit made one important deviation: Regina George’s tank top originally reads “A little bit DRAMATIC,” but Grande’s swapped “DRAMATIC” for “NEEDY,” and the word on the Twitter-street is that “Needy” will be a track on Grande’s next album and possibly even her next single. To truly do Mean Girls justice, the “than
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