Ariana Grande celebrated the launch of her new fragrance “Thank U, Next” with a wildly creative video that features hilarious one-liners from movies like “Mean Girls” and “Bring It On.”

The original music video for the song opened with Ariana’s friends dressed as high school students and gossiping about her. The continuation clip features a similar barrage of gossip, including some from Grande herself.

The video starts with a teen mom, played by her best friend and YouTuber Colleen Ballinger, saying that Ariana supposedly used juicy raspberries in her perfume and as soon as she heard that she started to consume a lot of raspberries, so that her breast milk could smell like the newly launched fragrance.

Meanwhile, another student says that the “God Is A Woman” hitmaker swam with real mermaids in the Bermuda Triangle and convinced the mythical creatures to give her the velvety musk of their new sea god.

A cheerleader, portrayed by her friend and singer Victoria Monét, claims that Ariana went to space to find the best pears for her fragrance, to which Grande replies, that she heard they were coconuts and not pears.

The singer, who can be seen in her “Bring It On” cheerleader outfit, joins in on the gossip and pokes fun at herself by saying that she is not one of the biggest fans of Ariana Grande but admitted that her new perfume looks really promising.

The camera later cuts to Grande standing in the perfume lab wearing a lavender jacket and thigh-high boots. And then she does the unthinkable – she cuts off an inch or so from her ponytail after a student, played by her famous backup dancer Scott Nicholson, says that she used the hair from her ponytail in the perfume.

The “Side To Side” hitmaker has partnered with Luxe Brands to launch her new perfume, which is her seventh fragrance in a collection that continues to be a favorite among many of her fans.

The 26-year-old singer is currently riding high on the success of her new collaborative single “Don’t Call Me Angel” with Lana Del Rey and Miley Cyrus. The song has already been labeled “a massive hit.”

Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Grande is being “seriously considered” to portray the role of Elphaba in the big-screen adaptation of the musical “Wicked.” The music composer of the iconic broadway, Stephen Schwartz, shared that he will be really excited if the singer gets on board for the role.

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Ariana Grande has asked her fans to stop hating on her ex-fiancé, Pete Davidson. Pictured: Grande performs onstage during the 2018 iHeartRadio by AT&T at Banc of California Stadium on June 2, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Kevin Winter