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Watch Ariana Grande Perform 'Thank U, Next' on 'Ellen' (Full Video)

08 November 2018, 01:30 | Myron Mathis

Credit Spotify

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The "God Is A Woman" hitmaker, 25, performed her breakup anthem, "Thank U, Next" for the first time on the November 7 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The full video of Ariana Grande performing her new song "thank u, next" for the first time has arrived!

Ariana's performance has a First Wives Club theme and she dressed up in all-white alongside her back-up singers (and song co-writers) Victoria Monet and Tayla Parx. She even took the time to learn some rather tight choreography - which is what caused the near-disaster - with her backing singers.

Midway through the song, she climbed on top of a chair and stumbled as she stepped down from it, but she literally laughed it off, breaking up the verse with an "Oh my god" and laughing during a couple of the following lines.

Grande's choice of reference (including wearing outfits similar to those worn by the aforementioned actresses in the film) is apt, given that the lyrical content of the new single sees her thanking her exes - namely Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Pete Davidson, and the late Mac Miller - for teaching her lessons about life and love.


She moved into more emotional territory as the song progressed, holding back tears while singing about her future wedding day. "'Cause she grew from the drama".

Adding fuel to the fire, the biography of Zandhr on Spotify appeared in the upside down font which Ariana Grande has used on her most recent album campaign.

Though the Ellen performance mostly goes off without a hitch, Grande and her companions mistakenly dance through the Ellen audience toward the studio exit when the song concludes.

"We were supposed to come down?"



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