Ariana Grande's Full Performance of 'Thank U, Next' Is Here

Ruben Ruiz
November 8, 2018

The "God Is A Woman" hitmaker, 25, performed her breakup anthem, "Thank U, Next" for the first time on the November 7 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Ariana Grande's debut performance of "thank u, next", her breakup anthem that succeeds at being both petty and empowering, was a pretty fine reflection of her life of late.

Inspired by her favorite movie The First Wives Club, the pop superstar was joined by the song's co-writers, Victoria Monét and Tayla Parx.

Ariana's dance routine was a tribute to the classic Hollywood film "First Wives Club", however Ari's chair stunt saw her stumble and nearly fall to the ground, as you can see in the video above.

She moved into more emotional territory as the song progressed, holding back tears while singing about her future wedding day. This September, her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, died of an accidental overdose caused by mixing drugs and alcohol. It's one thing to sing the words, "I'm so fucking grateful for my ex", and it's another to really look like you mean them.

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The tracks include Cadillac and Champagne, thought to be versions of Ariana's previously unreleased songs.

Though the Ellen performance mostly goes off without a hitch, Grande and her companions mistakenly dance through the Ellen audience toward the studio exit when the song concludes.

Safe to say, this woman is one strong and fantastic idol to many - but she keeps churning out the songs because, hey, we all deal with things differently and her creative outlet is hers to use however she wishes. Throughout the rest of the performance, she keeps fighting back giggles.

"We were supposed to come down?"

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