Ariana Grande's Manager Claps Back After Instagram Trolls Attack Pete Davidson

Ariana Grande's Manager Claps Back After Instagram Trolls Attack Pete Davidson

This campaign has been rolling since shortly after the release of her hit song "Thank U, Next".

TMZ reports that Kris is the not-so-secret Kar-Jenner who will be dancing (!) alongside Ariana in her video, which drops Friday.

Grande and Davidson called off their engagement in October, and it looks like both parties are ready to move on.

Shortly after the break-up, Ariana debuted her chart-topping single "Thank U, Next" in which she name-checks Pete as well as a number of her other ex-boyfriends, expressing her gratitude for what each of the relationships taught her.

Watch Grande's video for "Thank U, Next" above. He was, of course, referring to all the messages Grande writes to her famous ex-boyfriends in her version of the iconic "Burn Book".

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The video takes its inspiration from the throwback favorites "Mean Girls", "13 Going on 30", and "Legally Blonde". We got a hint that the song would conjure up pop culture nostalgia when she performed it alongside co-producers Victoria Monét and Tayla Parx (who also were in the new video) to a First Wives Club theme on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on November 7.

Keeping with the early millennium vibe, Grande then jumps to Bring It On, where, along with her Victorious co-star Matt Bennett, she recreates the teeth brushing scene from the cheerleading classic.

Bring It On was honoured with a epic cheer-off between The Clovers and The Toros, with Grande channeling Kirsten Dunst's character Torrance Shipman. "My friends and I - and my mom and everybody - have been brainstorming and sharing ideas", she explained. It's no surprise since the singer said filming the visuals was some of the best times of her life.

For Legally Blonde, Grande slipped into an all-pink ensemble worthy of Elle Woods (originally played by Reese Witherspoon) and perfected her "bend and snap" with Jennifer Coolidge, who reprised her role as sage nail artist Paulette Parcelle.

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