The clip was published on 30 November on the official YouTube channel of the singer.
In the song Ariana Grande says her former men: Davidson, Miller, and big Sean and Ricky Alvarez. In the video Ariana recreates the images of the main heroines of the popular movie “mean girls”, “legally Blonde”, “Bring it on” and “13 going on 30”.
Interesting is the fact that in the video there is a point where Ariana starts flipping through an album with photos, which shows her ex – and they are all real.
“Almost got married. And Pete I am so grateful. I would like to say thank you Malcolm. Because he was an angel. One taught me love. One taught me to endure. The other taught me pain. Now I’m such a wonderful person. I loved and I lost” – excerpt from the lyrics of the song.
Besides, the video starred celebrities such as Kris Jenner, Jonathan Bennett, Elizabeth Gillies, Alexa Luria, Troy Sivan, Gabi DeMartini, Jennifer Coolidge.
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Scandalous Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak, who now lives and actively building a career in Russia, and also goes to concerts in Russian cities, presenting their show “Diva”, has decided to once again warm up interest of public to the person. So, on his page in Instagram artist published a video clip of the show “Evening Urgant”, the guest of which she has become.
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Known Ukrainian TV presenter and singer Regina todorenko who builds a career on Russian television and now is in the last stages of pregnancy, often attracts the attention of fans of the unusual posts in Instagram. This time the celebrity has published a video in which she and her friends sings a song of the Ukrainian band Boombox.
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