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Ariana Grande's music video breaks YouTube record for most view

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Ariana Grande's much-hyped video Thank u Next was released on Friday and exceeded every expectation we had for it. The music video went on to break massive records across digital streaming platforms. The music video features recreations of several teen films scenes, including MEAN GIRLS, BRING IT ON, 13 GOING ON 30 and LEGALLY BLONDE, the video has already broken the record for simultaneous viewers for a YouTube premiere thanks to the 829,000 people who watched Grande and company bend and snap at the same time.

 

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Thank u, Next has racked up another achievement, as it has officially broken the record for most views on a YouTube video in 24 hours. The video garnered more than 50 million views till now, the music video is on track to break Vevo's record and clear 50 million views by the time its first 24 hours are up. Grande is understandably thrilled about this, she took to social media to share the good news, "p.s. we set a new @vevo record. that's wild. i love u. thank u."
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In the music video, there is a scene where Ariana literally apologizes to her ex Pete Davidson. Ariana and Pete were together for five months before breaking up in October this year. She has taken a photo of her and Pete when they were a couple, while Pete's face is covered in purple hearts, alongside the photo, she writes his name in a big red heart, with the words "I love u always" and "sry i dipped". The line "sry i dipped" got social media all fired up, as it appears she is apologizing to Pete for ending their relationship.
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Thank u, Next features humorous cameos of actors like Jonathan Bennett, Stefanie Drummond, Jennifer Coolidge, Colleen Ballinger, Gabi DeMartino, Troye Sivan and Kris Jenner. Ariana Grande also mentions her exes, Ricky Alvarez, Big Sean, Pete Davidson and the late Mac Miller.
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