Ariana Grande Chokes Up During Performance on 'Ellen'

Ariana Grande Chokes Up During Performance on 'Ellen'

The 25-year-old singer took to Twitter on Wednesday to lament the message behind her 2018 song, "No Tears Left to Cry".

Thank U, Next has been playing in our heads (and in the office, and everywhere really) all week and we are living for it.

Now all we're waiting for is an official release date, which, just FYI, probably does not have anything to do with the Adam Sandler movie Waterboy.

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If nothing else, Ariana Grande got one thing totally right: the song is a smash.

Ariana Grande is rolling out her new era of music with a playful ode to a romantic comedy classic. But, as it turns out, she was pretty upbeat about all of them.

Both of the messages Ariana explores in "Thank U, Next" are socially relevant.

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Grande had shared a photo with Parx and Monet on Instagram prior to the performance. As Ariana waits a bus station, the departures screen shows numerous same possible song titles as that rumored tracklist, including "NASA", "Needy", "Remember" and "Imagine".

"I thought we were supposed to exit!"

Ariana also revealed that there won't be an intro to the album. The three tracks revealed in the "Breathin" video are on the rumored tracklist, but this rumored list has 12 tracks while the train departure board only teases eight.

What collaborations are on Thank U, Next? "He didn't find out about Ariana's song until later, and that didn't change what he said on 'Weekend Update'".

Will there be a Thank U, Next tour?

At the start of November, fans spotted what seemed to be a secret Ariana Grande album, titled "Nobody Does It Better".

There are eight tracks listed and only three that aren't scrambled.