Grande has been teasing the release of the upcoming clip online by sharing footage inspired by her favorite romantic comedies.
Grande also announced a tour for her album "Sweetener" that will kick off in March.
The short clip takes inspiration from a classic "Mean Girls" sequence in which high school students gossip about queen bee Regina George.
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'So @ArianaGrande can joke about her broken engagement ... but the second pete does she tweets numerous petty things attacking him and then drops a song, ' one disgruntled Twitter user wrote. "Turns out it was just a rumor".
Original Bring It On stars Gabrielle Union and Eliza Dushku have already expressed their admiration for Grande's Bring It On tribute. He even added that "She is not wrong" with a smirk on his face.
The YouTube personality says "I heard she's a lesbian who's now dating a chick called Aubrey". The movies include "Bring It On", "Mean Girls", "Legally Blonde" and "13 Going on 30".