Ariana Grande has revealed the final iconic noughties film for her ‘Thank u, next’ music video.
The singer is set to pay homage to four of the biggest films of the 2000s for her latest hit and has finally revealed the last movie to feature in the highly-anticipate music video.
The 25-year-old shared snaps of herself wearing a cheerleader costume with ‘TUN’, which stands for ‘Thank u, next’, on the front.
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Fans were sent into a frenzy as they discovered that Ariana was dressed up as a cheerleader from Bring It On.
The 25-year-old was joined on-set by popular YouTuber, Coleen Ballinger A.K.A Miranda Sings, who was also dressed as a cheerleader.
Fans took to Twitter with excitement, as many reminisced about the iconic films Ariana is set to portray in her music video.
“wow… Mean Girls, Legally Blonde, 13 Going on 30, AND Bring It On?! Did @ArianaGrande hack my Blockbuster account and find my rental history from 2001 – 2005, or……?
#thankunext,” one fan tweeted.
wow… Mean Girls, Legally Blonde, 13 Going on 30, AND Bring It On?! Did @ArianaGrande hack my Blockbuster account and find my rental history from 2001 – 2005, or……? 🤣😍 #thankunext https://t.co/BpE7I6uZyV
— Mark Sundstrom (@106th) November 21, 2018
— aubrey (@aubugattii) November 21, 2018
the last 25% is bring it on omggg! cheerleading is not that common in australia, well not that i know of, but when i first watched this movie, i always wanted cheerleader. i’m so excited!!! 🖤🏈 @ArianaGrande pic.twitter.com/d0diO1Us99
— мαтту ♡ (@raindropsariii) November 22, 2018
The singer will also pay homage to Legally Blonde, Mean Girls and 13 Going on 30.