Ariana Grande Teases Wedding-Themed ''Thank U, Next'' Performance


Ariana Grande kept it very real during her Wednesday performance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show"!

The full video of Ariana Grande performing her new song "thank u, next" for the first time has arrived!

The singer was looking gorgeous in white for a "First Wives' Club"-inspired performance of the viral track she released within an hour of the return of "Saturday Night Live" this past weekend".

But she ran into some trouble dancing around the set, which was made to look like a wedding reception, stumbling when she stepped down from a chair.

There were some bumps and maybe even a few tears, but she persisted (and managed to find the fun), serving some on-point vocals as always.

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The single is Grande processing through past relationships, including her recently-ended engagement to "SNL" star Pete Davidson, thanking them for what they taught her and preparing her for whatever's next.

Host DeGeneres joked about Grande leaving, prompting her to return in a amusing confused moment. This September, her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, died of an accidental overdose caused by mixing drugs and alcohol.

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

Ariana's promo for new song "thank u, next" appears to be based all around classic films, with the artwork for the single being based on a book from cult film "Mean Girls". She finished the performance with a smile, and danced down the aisles of the set while the audience cheered.

"I thought we were supposed to exit", Grande says, apologizing for the mishap. We all love you. DeGeneres responds: "It's totally fine, we're happy that you came back".