Does Ariana Grande Have A Pierced Tongue?

Does Ariana Grande Have A Pierced Tongue?

After almost two weeks of teasing her gargantuan fan base with behind-the-scenes snaps and snippets, Ariana Grande has finally dropped her "thank u, next" music video.

Grande's former Victorious co-star, Matt Bennett was featured as well.

Kris Jenner plays George's "cool mom" in the video - camcorder in tow. A fan account posted this shot of a possible track list from Grande's "Breathin'" music video on November 8. She hops out of a black Porsche with her beagle-chihuahua mix Toulouse as the pair cosplays fiercely feminine law student Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) and her loyal pup Bruiser. In case you forgot, Ruffalo starred opposite Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30, one of the films the singer paid homage to in "Thank U, Next".

Ariana Grande's much-anticipated "Thank U, Next" has arrived and it's already making big headlines. That means there's plenty of cheerleading, pink outfits, little dogs, skimpy Santa outfits, and of course, the most famous piece of Mean Girls-related literature, the "burn book".

Pete Davidson is huuuuuge - ahem - and we will leave that to you to decipher that one for yourselves.

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The Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip also features comedienne Colleen Ballinger and YouTube star Gabi DeMartino, who hit the headlines over the summer when she transformed herself into Grande. The nearly shot-for-shot remake of the Mean Girls winter concert sequence4.

Australian singer Troye Sivan also makes a cameo, as does Kris Jenner, taking over Amy Poehler's role as Regina George's mum in Mean Girls. Notice anything? It says TUN on the uniforms which obviously stands for Thank U, Next.

So did the Mean Girls handle.

And finally - for those patient readers - the devil is in the detail. Translation: she's sorry, she dumped him.

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It is also, 13/14 aside, more than we've scored in a single league campaign since 1988. "I know my heart is blue and the Everton fans are with us all the time".