Watch Ariana Grande Perform 'Thank U, Next' on 'Ellen' (Full Video)

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And for all those who insist everyone lip syncs these kinds of performances, Grande's laughter a couple of times puts that to rest.

Last weekend, the singer released surprise single Thank U, Next, in which she sings about four of her ex-boyfriends including Mac Miller and Pete Davidson.

Grande chose to channel the classic musical number from "The First Wives Club", wearing bridal white alongside her two backup singers to resemble the film's stars Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn and Dianne Keaton.

This was real and authentic and so, so on point! "Holding hands with my mama", she sang, through tears.

Billboard made this known in a statement and noted that the Pop star was picked as the recipient for the award following her 'incredibly successful year and on the heels of her Billboard 200 chart-topping fourth album Sweetener'. 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!".

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What we love most about this video is that Ariana could have totally redone the whole thing, but chose not to.

"I thought we were supposed to exit", She laughed. She called it "far from a diss track" and proclaimed it was "the opposite".

The song got particularly emotional for Grande during a verse about her parents.

Many fans think the release was a pre-emptive strike as she prepared for whatever Davidson might say on the first "SNL" back on the air since their highly-publicized breakup.

"Yeah, you left me!" "She's a wonderful, strong person and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world".

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