- Ariana Grande tweeted her approval of James Corden’s “Thank U, Next” parody called “Thank U, Jeff.”
- The spoof video, which aired on Wednesday’s “The Late Late Show,” featured Corden singing about his admiration for Jeff Goldblum.
- “omg…… may i please….. please for christmas have the thank u, jeff book?” Grande wrote. “it’s for a friend. promise.”
Early Thursday morning, Ariana Grande tweeted her approval of James Corden and Jeff Goldblum spoofing her “Thank U, Next” music video.
The spoof video, “Thank U, Jeff,” aired on Wednesday’s “The Late Late Show” and opens with Corden looking at photos of Goldblum in a scrapbook.
“omg…… may i please….. please for christmas have the thank u, jeff book?” Grande wrote in response. “it’s for a friend. promise.”
omg…… may i please….. please for christmas have the thank u, jeff book? it’s for a friend. promise. https://t.co/4FRJJ3Q7JD
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 6, 2018
“First saw him in ‘The Fly,’ where his face was grotesque. Then he won independence from an alien mess,” Corden sings. “In ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ his performance was classic. But who could forget the hot doctor that he played in ‘Jurassic?'”
Corden goes on to praise Goldblum as a “silver fox with black thick-rimmed glasses” and “the complete package.”
Goldblum himself appears throughout the video, watching Corden sing and looking flattered.
Grande’s original “Thank U, Next” video is a tribute to her ex-boyfriends and a self-love anthem, which draws visuals from four iconic female-focused movies: “Mean Girls,” “Bring It On,” “13 Going on 30,” and “Legally Blonde.”
Watch Corden and Goldblum’s parody below.
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