Monday, 19 November, 2018

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

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Grande, 25, performed her latest single, "Thank U, Next," on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Wednesday, and wasn't subtle about referencing her failed engagement to the "SNL" comedian.

But she ran into some trouble dancing around the set, which was made to look like a wedding reception, stumbling when she stepped down from a chair.

The "God Is A Woman" star absolutely nails her performance on Ellen and even bursts into laughter at various points during it, giving the whole thing a really light-hearted feel as she sings about her past relationships.

The "Bang Bang" singer revealed that her exes, who she mentions by name in the first verse, heard the song before its release on Saturday.

"One day I'll walk down the aisle".

Despite giggling over a misstep that almost caused her to fall, Grande got choked up at one point during her performance, visibly holding back tears while singing about walking down the aisle with her mom someday.

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But, just as the song says, Grande knows how to handle the pain.

Many fans think the release was a pre-emptive strike as she prepared for whatever Davidson might say on the first "SNL" back on the air since their highly-publicized breakup. That was incredible! That was awesome. Thank you, Ariana, next. We all love you. DeGeneres responds: "It's totally fine, we're happy that you came back".

GC Images via Getty Images Ariana Grande and Mac Miller attend an Oscars after-party in 2016. She called it "far from a diss track" and proclaimed it was "the opposite".

"His voice and laugh", Grande wrote in response.

Ch-ch-check out the full performance (below)!