Ariana Grande has the video clip of her latest song, ‘Thank You, Next,’ the YouTube record of the most clicked video in 24 hours time lost. The clip had after one day, already more than 60 million views to his name.
The internet responded enthusiastically when the ‘Thank You, Next” video Friday night. According to the magazine Variety, the clip 46 million views in less than 22 hours. This broke the singer the first record and pushed them to the South Korean band BTS of the throne. Not much later had the clip even more than 60 million views that the video, the YouTube record of the most clicked video in 24 hours time broke.
The song is a life lesson and ‘tribute’ to the exes of the singer. The video clip is full of references to films like ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Legally Blonde’. How to play the Grande the ‘Mean Girls’scene, after which the so-called ‘burn book’ is opened and four of her exes with the mention of their name. On the last page it says “Love you always”, “Sry I dipped” and “Huuuuuge” written – perhaps very little to the imagination anymore.