Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” is quickly becoming one of the most highly-anticipated music videos of the year. Luckily, fans reportedly won’t have to wait much longer to see it.

The full “Thank U, Next” music video will be released on Friday, according to TMZ. Fans should expect the video to debut on Grande’s YouTube channel, and the social media savvy singer is sure to let her millions of followers on Instagram and Twitter know as soon as the clip goes live.

Grande posted a “Mean Girls”-inspired teaser trailer for the video Monday. The clip included Jonathan Bennett, who actually starred as Aaron Samuels in the 2004 movie, revealing that Ariana told him his “hair looked sexy pushed back.” Stefanie Drummond, another cast member from the original movie, says Grande punched her in the face.

A few other celebrities make cameos as well. Troye Sivan talks about her being a lesbian while Colleen Ballinger (known to many YouTube viewers as Miranda Sings) says she got pregnant because she heard a rumor the singer was pregnant. It’s clear that Ariana is playing Regina George in her music video.

However, “Mean Girls” isn’t the only early 2000s movie she is taking inspiration from. Grande has been posting photos for days from the video. She appears in a cheerleader uniform for a “Bring It On” nod and revealed that Jennifer Coolidge would cameo as her manicurist “Legally Blonde” character.

Expect more cameos to be revealed when the “Thank U, Next” video premieres. TMZ reports that one Kardashian sister will even appear.

The single immediately made waves when it was released on Nov. 3. Grande name checks many of her famous ex-boyfriends, including “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson and the late rapper Mac Miller. The song’s lyrics even spawned an internet meme.

Ariana Grande Thank U Next music video release date Ariana Grande's music video is rumored to be released on Friday. She is pictured on June 2, 2018 in Los Angeles. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia