Ariana Grande has covered up her "Pete" tattoo with a tribute to Mac Miller. Jenner earned all kinds of love from Twitter, delighting her followers by repeatedly posting "thank u, next". The much-discussed video - which also features a "Mean Girls"-inspired segment - sees Ariana touch on some of her past relationships with the likes of Pete Davidson and Ricky Alvarez".
Ariana Grande's "thank u, next" is undoubtedly the biggest music video moment of 2018, breaking YouTube's all-time record for "most views in the first 24 hours of release".
The video begins with a series of scenes in which characters dressed as movie high schoolers talk about the things they've heard about Ariana Grande. "True love might exist, I was just hungry", she wrote. "Hope you're having a great day!" "I really can't wrap my head around it".
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Director Hannah Lux Davis told Entertainment Weekly: 'We tried to get the real Warner from Legally Blonde, but he wasn't available.
'If only we could be more compassionate and gentle with one another. that'd be sick, everything that I feel is valid and safe. everything that I do is genuine and is honest. there's no right or wrong during this period'. You were my dearest friend. I'm so sorry I couldn't fix or take your pain away. I hope you're okay now. Both Grande and Davidson got a heart design over other tattoos, which nearly made it look like they got matching break-up tattoos.