WATCH: Preview of Ariana Grande's "Mean Girls" Tribute

As we previously told you, Ariana Grande has been teasing fans with clues about her upcoming video for “Thank U, Next,” which will be inspired by such films as “Mean Girls,” “13 Going On 30,” “Legally Blonde” and more. Well, now she’s given fans their first taste of what to expect.

The singer shared a teaser for the vid, which she says is “coming soon,” and it follows a variety of “students” sharing how rumors about Ari have impacted their life. Among those students is Jonathan Bennett, who starred in the original “Mean Girls,” singer Troye Sivan and YouTube star Colleen Ballinger.

  • At one point the video even pokes fun at her failed engagement to Pete Davidson, with one student noting that after Ari broke off her engagement she found a guy to propose to her just so she could end it. Check out the teaser to the right. 
  • Meanwhile, "Mean Girls" star Lindsay Lohan mentioned Ari's video in a post on Instagram. "Behind the scenes 🎬 ain't nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan," she wrote next to a selfie, adding, "But so flattered by @arianagrandeloving #MeanGirls so much! Also, I love #dynasty."
  • ONE MORE THING! Ariana's "Dangerous Woman Diaries" docuseries is set to debut tomorrow on YouTube. The series will document the singer's "Dangerous Woman" tour. 


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