Ariana Grande Stumbles, Laughs While Performing ‘Thank U, Next’ on ‘Ellen’


GC Images via Getty Images Ariana Grande and Mac Miller attend an Oscars after-party in 2016.

Safe to say, this woman is one strong and awesome idol to many - but she keeps churning out the songs because, hey, we all deal with things differently and her creative outlet is hers to use however she wishes.

"Thank u, next" is out now on the streaming services.

The tracks include Cadillac and Champagne, thought to be versions of Ariana's previously unreleased songs.

The Florida native also got emotional during the song's bridge, which sees her imagine her walking down the aisle on her wedding day accompanied by her mom, Joan Grande.

Too Close was a bonus track on the Japanese version of My Everything.

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Billboard made this known in a statement and noted that the Pop star was picked as the recipient for the award following her 'incredibly successful year and on the heels of her Billboard 200 chart-topping fourth album Sweetener'.

Ariana's performance has a First Wives Club theme and she dressed up in all-white alongside her back-up singers (and song co-writers) Victoria Monet and Tayla Parx.

It was then removed, which appears to suggest that Ariana maybe wasn't linked to the release at all.

Those four exes are prominent in her new single, "Thank U, Next," which she released last Saturday.

She helped organize the One Love Manchester concert previous year, raising more than US$23 million for victims of the Manchester bombing. The song begins, "Thought I'd end up with Sean / But he wasn't a match / Wrote some songs about Ricky / Now I listen and laugh / Even nearly got married / And for Pete, I'm so thankful / Wish I could say "thank you" to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel".

Follow Newsbeat on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. "We support you", host Ellen DeGeneres said after the song.