Pop star Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ video smashes records

Brenda Watkins
December 7, 2018

The video also includes a few words from Jennifer Coolidge, who reprises her iconic role from Legally Blonde, and she praises Grande and the song for pushing a strong and clear message for young women: "I love Ariana Grande because this is the essence of who she is". I haven't seen any of it because I'm blocked but I want you to know that I would never want or encourage that ever and you should know that. As of recently, its seen spending its fourth comfortable week on the United Kingdom music charts as no. 1 song by any female artist in the year 2018.

The American singer said that as a female artist, she was obliged to do far more promotion each time she released a record, and had been working towards more artistic independence of late.

"I feel like there are certain standards that pop women are held to that men aren't".

After the heartbreak and hardships, Grande admitted that she can't even say "good morning" to anyone without crying.

On going bigger on her new albums: "We started at home base - me, and then we went in this place where I kind of played the game for a little bit, and did the big, big, big pop records. I won't. I'm upset I even have to say this", Davidson continued.

Ariana Grande may have said "thank u, next" to Pete Davidson but that doesn't mean she no longer cares for his wellbeing. No matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me kill myself.

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Speaking to Billboard's Natalie Weiner, the Thank U, Next gun was open about her career progression and the defining moments which have led the 25-year-old singer this phase of her life. If I want to drop a third album while I'm on tour, I'll do that too!

"I guess there's not much I'm afraid of anymore", she said.

"I want to be able to do what is authentic and honest and natural".

On Monday, Davidson addressed his own mental health with an Instagram post, saying: "I've been getting online bullied and in public by people for 9 months". "It felt like, 'I should do this forever'".

The Billboard Woman of the Year issue hits newsstands December 8.

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