Ariana Grande Falls, Tears Up During ‘Thank U, Next’ Performance on ‘Ellen’

Ariana Grande sent fans into a frenzy after an array of new tracks appeared online

Ariana Grande sent fans into a frenzy after an array of new tracks appeared online

The 25-year-old singer debuted the song during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which is airing on Wednesday (November 7).

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.

Ninety minutes after the song dropped, Davidson made his own statement during the "SNL's" Weekend Update segment, concluding his raucous guest spot by saying, "I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business".

Ariana also performed her current single "Breathin'" during the episode.

As for the performance, it was definitely live as she almost took a faceplant trying to step down from a chair on the wedding reception-inspired set.

In the video, Ariana sings about overcoming life's challenges using the power of breath as she makes her way through crowded locales solo.

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Earlier in the routine, Ariana brilliantly recovered when she stumbled, quickly declaring "oh my god", before brushing off the incident and carrying on.

She sings: 'Thought I'd end up with Sean, but it wasn't a match.

We loved how she and her girls simply marched up the stairs and off the set at the end of the number giving great attitude and girl power, but DeGeneres was on the stage waiting to chat with her.

An artist going by the name of Zandhr has put a collection of songs called Nobody Does It Better on several streaming services.

After fans picked up on the lyrics in "thank u, next" directly referencing her former boyfriends including Mac Miller and Pete Davidson, Ariana revealed that she'd actually sent it to her exes days before she released it.

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