Ariana Grande has revealed the fourth and final film to which she will pay tribute in her upcoming music video "Thank U, Next", which she will share with fans on social networks on Wednesday that will channel her internal cheerleader from Go ahead.
"I moved from Los Angeles, your school does not have a gymnastics team at this resort in the United States … ok, I've never cheered before, so what?" Grande subtitled a photo of herself in a joyful uniform, citing the Eliza Dushku line from the 2000 movie, also starring Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union.
The 25-year-old pop star shared more iconic moments from the film in her Instagram story, before posting parallel pictures of her acting in each film she will honor: Legally blonde, Mean Girls, 13 years 30, and finally, Go ahead.
The transformation of Grande's joy even received a stamp of approval from Go aheadThe director of Peyton Reed.
Grande already shared that Jennifer Coolidge will make a cameo like her Legally Blonde Paulette, in the music video, while Jonathan Bennett will appear as his Bad Girls Character, Aaron Samuels.
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