Ariana Grande is 'not okay' after Mark Hamill tweeted her

Brenda Watkins
November 15, 2018

Ariana Grande's latest single "Thank u, next" is an ode to former boyfriends, as she thanks everyone in her life for the various lessons they've taught her, ultimately allowing her to move on in life and become a better person.

She also responded to a fan's message and said, "I honestly wouldn't have been able to continue at all or process any of it as well without u as my motivation". She followed it up by writing "thank u, next", which may or may not have been intentionally foreshadowing the surprise song drop.

Grande took to Twitter on Thursday to shut down reports that she's dropping a new album on Friday.

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Thankfully, Ariana Grande didn't seem to mind the confusion. The song made more than just personal history for Grande, though.

Although Hamill wrote "you" and not "u", like the lyric is technically spelled, Grande was quick to pick up on what she thought was a salute to her song from Luke Skywalker himself. But, after taking a very understandable step back from the spotlight following Miller's death (and again, briefly, when reports of her and Davidson's split first started to circulate), the star proved she's literally not letting anything bring her down with "Thank U Next".

But Hamill then admitted that he was, in fact, not aware that he was quoting a hit song.

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