Kris Jenner doing a shockingly impressive Amy Poehler impression6.
The burn book is where things get interesting, considering a lot of "Thank U, Next" is about Grande's former relationships.
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It is only once again the confirmation that we can very well keep up with these teams'. We gifted them too many counter-attacks and free kicks and they had a lot of chances.
Grande opens the video as Regina George from 2004's "Mean Girls". Whether you weren't a fan of hers before or you've loved her since her Victorious days, this music video just proves she's a legend. Grande is the Queen Bee of the pop music scene at the moment, so she fit right into her role as Regina George, the onscreen HBIC, originally played by Rachel McAdams.
'I watched this movie every night before bed growing up (and i still do sometimes, especially when i'm sad). i adore you! thank you for all the inspiration and joy you've brought to my life i'm screaming bye'. "She's not wrong", says Jonathan Bennett, who starred in the original "Mean Girls". As has been well documented, the video is a tribute to 2000s rom-coms, and features fun references to Mean Girls, 13 Going On 30, Bring It On, and Legally Blonde.
Lion Air pilots battled doomed jet's computerized safety system, black box shows
When they reached Jakarta that night, they logged various problems with the plane, but didn't say the shaker had been activated. He explained that the AoA unit that was installed in the ill-fated airplane had previously been fixed by Boeing in Florida.
"Thank U, Next" received plenty of attention because it is all about her exes. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star gets the honor of closing out the star-studded video saying the words: "Thank you next bitch!"
For Legally Blonde, Grande slipped into an all-pink ensemble worthy of Elle Woods (originally played by Reese Witherspoon) and perfected her "bend and snap" with Jennifer Coolidge, who reprised her role as sage nail artist Paulette Parcelle. The bit goes on to reveal that the conversation is a bit cleaner than we expected: the women are talking about big teeth, not other oversized body parts. He was, of course, referring to all the messages Grande writes to her famous ex-boyfriends in her version of the iconic "Burn Book".
Gene-editing scientist under scrutiny by Chinese officials
Though the reports are unconfirmed, the announcement has been controversial among laypeople and scientists alike. The diagram depicts gene-editing with CISPR and how it affects genes.
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