Ariana Grande’s ‘Mean Girls’ Inspired ‘Thank U, Next’ Video Teaser Is Here, Lindsay Lohan Reacts

Ariana Grande is headed to high school for her upcoming homage-filled music video for “Thank U, Next,” and she dropped what could really only be called a trailer for the video on Monday.

Grande tweeted out the hilarious, beautifully shot promo, which features a star-studded cast playing high school students, who reveal how rumors about Grande’s personal life have impacted their own life choices.

From “Mean Girls” star Jonathan Bennett to singer Troye Sivan and YouTube star Colleen Ballinger, the brief clip is packed with famous faces, and serves as the perfect thematic primer for her hotly anticipated video, which reportedly pays tribute to a bevy of beloved female-led comedies.

The singer has teased bits and pieces of the upcoming video over the last few weeks, sharing snapshots that suggest it will incorporate elements of “Bring It On”, “Legally Blonde”, “13 Going On 30”, and a whole lot of “Mean Girls”.

Lindsay Lohan, the star of the 2004 high school comedy, reacted to Grande’s video in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

“So flattered by @arianagrande loving #MeanGirls so much!” the 32-year-old actress captioned the photo. “Also, I love #dynasty,” she added, referring to “Dynasty” star Elizabeth Gillies who plays Lohan’s role of Cady Heron in the video.

Lohan isn’t the only one to show her excitement, to say that fans are freaking the freak out about the trailer would be a bit of an understatement. Within minutes of the post going live, tons of Grande’s followers were absolutely losing their minds over the epic promo.

For more on Grande’s upcoming “Thank U, Next” music video — which will also apparently feature a cameo from Jennifer Coolidge as her iconic character from “Legally Blonde” — check out the video below.


Ariana Grande Got the Real Aaron Samuels from ‘Mean Girls’ to Be in ‘Thank U, Next’ Music Video

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Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Video Paying Homage to ‘Mean Girls,’ ‘Legally Blonde’ & More



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