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

Angelo Anderson
November 7, 2018

After releasing her incredible album "Sweetener" just a couple of months ago, Ariana Grande suddenly dropped her new song "thank u, next" out of nowhere recently - and now she's performed it for the first time ever on Ellen.

The 25-year-old singer debuted the song during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which is airing on Wednesday (November 7).

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.


Apparently Pete Davidson's statement on their split on Saturday Night Live didn't blindside Ariana Grande because she knew he would bring it up. She even took the time to learn some rather tight choreography - which is what caused the near-disaster - with her backing singers. "Only wanna do it once, real bad / Gon" make that shit last / God forbid something happens / Least this song is a smash". "She's gone! She left", Ellen said, before Ariana and her dancers headed back to the stage.

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. That was unbelievable! That was awesome. Thank you for being here.... you've had a rough year. We all love you.

In Your Hands is thought to be the collaboration between Ariana Grande and Diplo which was teased in 2016. Wrote some songs about Ricky, now I listen and laugh. "He is supposed to be here". And to that we say, thank u, next.

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