Ariana Grande finally released her music video for ‘Thank U, Next’ last night, and it definitely didn’t disappoint.
The video referenced some iconic scenes from some of Ariana’s favourite rom-coms – Mean Girls, Bring It On, 13 Going on 30, and Legally Blonde.
At the start of the video, Ariana portrays Regina George from Mean Girls, and is seen writing about her exes in her very own ‘Burn Book’ – but what exactly did she write?
Big Sean’s page was the first to be shown, and on it, she wrote, “So cute”, “So sweet”, before adding, “could still get it” – sparking rumours that she still has feelings for the rapper.
The couple dated from August 2014 to April 2015, and had an amicable split.
Ricky Alvarez’s page is shown next, and on it she wrote, “Good times man,” “great dancer” (he was one of her backup dancers), and “friends forever.”
The singer dated Ricky from July 2015 to July 2016.
And finally, there was Pete Davidson’s page – Ariana’s most recent ex, who she split from in October.
Ari and Pete first started dating in May this year, and got engaged after just a few weeks of dating.
On his page, the 25-year-old jokingly referred to those big dick energy comments by writing “HUUUUGE”, before adding, “I love u always,” and, “sry I dipped.”
In the song, Ariana also mentions her ex Mac Miller, but fans pointed out the fact that he didn’t get a page in her ‘Burn Book’.
However, when questioned by a fan, Ari revealed that there was actually a picture of Mac next to her bed on set, and not in the book.
Mac passed away suddenly back in September, and the singer was left devastated by his death.
The couple dated for two years, before splitting in April of this year.