Ariana Grande Drops Thank U, Next Music Video with Apology to Pete Davidson
Drops ‘Thank U, Next’ Video
Sorry I Dipped, Pete!!!
11/30/2018 12:14 PM PST
Ariana Grande‘s highly-anticipated “Thank U, Next” music video has finally dropped … and it includes an apology to her ex-fiance Pete Davidson.
During the “Mean Girls” portion of the video … Ariana’s “Burn Book” includes a page for Pete with the words “Sry I Dipped,” “Love U Always” and “HUUUUUUGE.”
Kris Jenner also made an appearance in the “Mean Girls” part of the vid … playing Amy Poehler‘s “cool mom” character. As we first reported … a Kardashian was gonna make a dancing cameo appearance. We didn’t know who at first but later learned it was Kris, and the music video confirms it.
As you know … the music video featured scenes from 4 female-driven films that have special meaning to Ariana — “13 Going on 30,” “Mean Girls,” “Legally Blonde” and “Bring it On.”
Tons of celebrities made cameos to help AG pull it all off … including Jennifer Coolidge, Jonathan Bennett and Troye Sivan.
There’s even a nod to Pete Davidson‘s nether regions … Ariana has some dialogue with Coolidge where she mentions a boy with a “BIG” one … she’s dropped hints on Pete’s genital size before.
Ariana’s been teasing the video for some time now … even releasing a behind-the-scenes teaser of the making of the music video. Fans and celebs alike were fired up for the video … including Bella and Gigi Hadid.
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