Ariana Grande teased the music video for ‘Thank U, Next,’ and it’s full of ‘Mean Girls’ tributes

The last scene from the teaser for ‘Thank U Next.’ Ariana Grande/Twitter
  • Ariana Grande released a 47-second teaser for the “Thank U, Next” music video on Monday.
  • It shows loads of stars from the 2004 movie “Mean Girls,” but replaces the Regina George character with Grande.
  • The music video is expected to come out in full by Sunday.

Ariana Grande has released a teaser music trailer for ‘Thank U, Next,” and it’s filled with references and tributes to the movie “Mean Girls.”

In the 47-second teaser video, Jonathan Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels in the 2004 high school movie, says: “Ariana Grande told me my hair looked sexy pushed back,” mimicking the scene where classmates talk in rapture about the high-school icon Regina George.

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Actor Jonathan Bennett. Ariana Grande/Twitter

Here’s the full clip from the highly anticipated video:

Singer Troye Sivan also made an appearance, saying: “I heard she’s a lesbian now and dating some chick called Aubrey.”

Grande posted the 47-second preview on her Twitter and Instagram accounts on Monday night.

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She has been teasing the new video for weeks, recently posting a photo of a replica of the “Burn Book” on Friday – a famous diary from the film where the girls abuse other classmates – but changed the front lettering to “Thank U, Next.”

She shared a behind-the-scenes photo from the music video on Saturday, complete with stars from the original film, and others dressed up as characters.