Ariana Grande performs 'Thank U, Next' in a wedding dress

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande: Could she have a secret album out there?

Then one month later, she called off her engagement to comedian Pete Davidson and even kicked him out of their lavish New York City home.

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

There is no response to the rumours from the star.

It's available on at least three different streaming services. It was a fun dance and a good song, but the moment that will stick in everyone's head comes when Grande trips on one of her vertiginous heels and interrupts herself for a quick "Ohmygod!".

Too Close was a bonus track on the Japanese version of My Everything. That whole presentation was fire, but she probably needed to clarify that exit a little better with DeGeneres.

Ariana Grande isn't flawless, but she's so good with that!

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The singer was looking gorgeous in white for a "First Wives' Club"-inspired performance of the viral track she released within an hour of the return of "Saturday Night Live" this past weekend".

Grande's choice of reference (including wearing outfits similar to those worn by the aforementioned actresses in the film) is apt, given that the lyrical content of the new single sees her thanking her exes - namely Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Pete Davidson, and the late Mac Miller - for teaching her lessons about life and love.

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.

"Even nearly got married / And for Pete I'm so thankful / Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel".

As yet, no-one can seem to find significance in the pseudonym Zandhr. "We're happy that you came back", Ellen said before announcing that everyone was going home with a copy of Ariana's album, Sweetener.

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