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Ariana Grande is continuing her reign as queen of the internet with the teaser for her new video for “Thank U, Next.” The pop star has been teasing the nostalgia-filled video that appears to be recreating some of the most iconic teen movies from the early 2000s.
Today, she finally released the teaser, which features cameos of members of the Mean Girls cast: Troye Sivan, Gabi Demartino, and Colleen Ballinger. The 47-second clip riffs on the “Regina George punched me in the face” bit from Mean Girls, but instead of Regina George, the queen bee is Ariana Grande.
After Grande posted the clip earlier today, people on Twitter freaked out. Many were excited about all of the people featured. “The collection of people in this preview alone has me screaming,” Lily Herman tweeted.
The collection of people in this preview alone has me screaming. https://t.co/qzM83fkA5R— Lily Herman (@lkherman) November 27, 2018
Others said they don’t just want a music video, but a full-length feature film. “bitch, WE NEED A MOVIE,” one person said.
bitch WE NEED A MOVIE https://t.co/upEOR4RBmr— antonette (@antonetteguiao_) November 27, 2018
“This is iconic already,” another person wrote.
This is iconic already https://t.co/ckFu5GiHm8— Cuntlin (@Cait1404) November 27, 2018
Jonathan Bennett, who plays Aaron Samuels, tweeted Grande saying she “made fetch happen.”
You made fetch happen.— Jonathan Bennett (@JonathanBennett) November 27, 2018
Thank you for the teaser, next we need the full video.
Gabrielle Sorto is an Atlanta-based freelance writer covering culture, lifestyle, and news. Her work has appeared in CNN, Teen Vogue, INSIDER, and Vice. She can usually be found writing with an overpriced coffee in hand or hanging out with her dog, Rihanna, who is named after exactly who you think.