Ariana Grande pays tribute to classic 00s' movies

With her peppy and mesmerizing tracks, Ariana Grande has never disappointed anyone. The Canadian singer is now coming up with a music video - Thank U which looks pretty incredible. She has been giving her fans a sneak peek through the videos shared by her on social media. The music video inspires four classic hot chicks from the earlier era.

The video will see Ariana's take on the 13 GOING ON 30, BRING IT ON, LEGALLY BLONDE and MEAN GIRLS. Ever since the release of Legally Blonde in 2001, Elle Woods’ drive to become a successful lawyer and her unparalleled dress sense has made her one of cinema’s most iconic characters.



The singer later seemed to confirm their suspicions when she posted a series of photos with two other girls with the caption: \"Meet the plastics\".While Grande hasn't revealed any more sneak peeks of the outfits inspired by MEAN GIRLS that she'll potentially be wearing in the music video, many have been expressing their excitement over the film's inclusion.

In the latest tussle, Ariana has also been busy putting Piers Morgan in his place, after he accused Little Mix and Ellen DeGeneres of exploiting sex under the guise of feminism. \"Ellen is an incredible & kind human being,\" Grande told Piers. \"I use my talent AND my sexuality all the time because I choose to. women can be sexual AND talented. naked and dignified.

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new best friend .... thank u, next

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Grande pays tribute to her in her music video for ‘thank u, next’ in true retro style, donning Woods’ orange and blue workout gear and using several props including her orange iBook and her pink, fuzzy phone. \"New best friend,\" Grande wrote alongside a photo of herself with Coolidge on set of the music video.

Grande's references to LEGALLY BLONDE caught the attention of the film's star Reese Witherspoon, who responded with one of the comedy's most memorable quotes. Earlier this month, Grande released the lyric video for 'thank u, next', with many speculating that the font in the video had been based on the 'Burn Book' from MEAN GIRLS.