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METROGRAB: Ariana Grande - thank u, next
Ariana paid tribute to her favourite films (Picture: Vevo)

Ariana Grande has dropped another behind-the-scenes look at her incredible video for Thank U, Next and fans will not want to miss it.

We are reconstructing some of my favourite scenes from early 2000s movies that have shaped and molded so many of us into the strong and intelligent – but still playful and girly – women we are today, Ariana says, introducing the clip.

The ten-minute video shows Ari perfecting her version of Legally Blondes iconic bend and snap seduction move, as well as a classic scene from the film that didnt make the final cut.

Jennifer Coolidge – who played Paulette Bonafonte in the film and makes a cameo in the music video – says she was inspired to take part because of the strong message the song shares.

Talking to the camera, the actress says: I love Ariana Grande, this is the essence of who she is.

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The message is a strong message; you dont have to destroy yourself over men.

She adds: When I was growing up there werent strong female songs like this where the message was just so clear to a young girl.

METROGRAB: Ariana Grande - thank u, next
Jennifer Coolidge was among the stars to make a cameo in the music video (Picture: Vevo)

Fans are treated to a look at cute filming moments between Ari and her Victorious castmate Matt Bennett, as they recreated favourite scenes from Bring It On.

And if the singer has not graced us with enough over the past month, know this snippet is just the first of three promised BTS installments.

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Arianas long-awaited Thank U, Next music video dropped on November 30 after days of teasing fans with shots from the masterpiece.

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To the surprise of absolutely nobody, the video broke the record for the most-watched YouTube video within 24 hours, racking up 50.3 million hits in the time frame.

It smashed the previous Vevo record – held by Taylor Swifts Look What You Made Me Do – with 43.2 million views.

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