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For her recreation Ariana and her two back up dancers performed her new hit song, Thank U, Next in all white, but things nearly went terrible wrong when the singer stumbled while jumping off a chair.

It was only fitting, then, that she channelled the 1996 film about women recovering from breakups for the song's first televised performance, on The Ellen Show.

Ariana Grande suffered quite a shock when she almost fell during a TV appearance on Wednesday, November 07.

Grande later thanked fans for their reaction by sharing a small clip on Instagram of her singing the words "Thank you, Next", from her song of the same name. Or could she actually be planning to unveil a First Wives Club-themed music video for her new single "thank u, next" on Ellen?

"Thought I'd end up with Sean/But he wasn't a match", she sings. Holding hands with my mama.

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And once on the ground, Kim made sure to document the action, sharing pictures and videos of first responders to the tragedy. The Ventura County Fire Department has reported that more than 30,000 homes in the area are at risk.


Shortly after the song's release over the weekend, Pete Davidson spoke about his ex on Saturday Night Live, saying "The last thing I will say is I know some of you are curious about the break-up".

She powered through the hard moment, ending her live performance with a big smile.

Watch her full performance on "Ellen" above. She has reached the celebrity realm where she can fuck up and it makes us like her more. Whether because of morbid curiosity about her personal life or genuine concern about the pop star after the year she's had, there are a lot of sets of eyes trained on Grande in this moment.

In this handout provided by "One Love Manchester" benefit concert (L) Mac Miller and Ariana Grande perform on stage on June 4, 2017, in Manchester, England.

She surprised fans by dropping the new song "Thank U, Next" on November 3rd, which is all about her ex-boyfriends.


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