Bring on Ariana Grande the extensive cinematic universe.
Music videos are not usually described as blockbusters, but the pop star created a hype for the superheroes before the release of the video clip of his single # 1, "Thank you, next."
The singer of Monday night dropped the trailer of the video, which she promised she would come soon, and it's just as glorious as the 2000s and the stars we were hoping for.
The short film is inspired by a classic sequence "Mean Girls" in which high school students tell stories about the Queen George George bee. Except that this queen is played by Grande, who does not appear in the teaser, and everyone talks about everything that happens in her very dramatic personal life.
Everyone, from Troye Sivan to "Mean Girls", stars Jonathan Bennett and Stefanie Drummond (also known as the Regina George girl hit in the face) and YouTuber Colleen Ballinger are present.
The character of Drummond actually refers to Grande's recent split with Pete Davidson, the comedian of "Saturday Night Live," and said on camera: "Ariana has broken her commitment. So, I found a guy to propose to me and I broke a commitment.
We know that more cameos have to be on the way, because "Mean Girls" is one of the four teen classics that Grande has promised to conjure up in the video. "Legally Blonde", "13 Going on 30" and "Bring It On" also inspired the video clip.
People on social media (and fans of "Mean Girls" all over the world) were naturally shocked by the teaser, and let Grande know that she might come to look for it.
Now everyone says thank you, Ariana Grande.