Jesy Nelson is all of us as Ariana Grande teases Thank U, Next music video with Burn Book homage

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Everyone is Jesy Nelson right now as the Little Mix star lost it at Ariana Grandes latest tease of her music video to Thank U, Next.

As we eagerly anticipate the visuals to her latest bop, Ari teased us all with some shots from the Mean Girls themed scene, as she showcased a Burn Book.

For those who are not aware of said book, it was what Regina George and her cronies, or, rather, mean girls, wrote in when they wanted to vent about their chums.

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Two shots Ariana posted were without captions, as she uploaded three stills to Instagram on Friday night, but we knew the clip was coming and it was coming soon…as she wrote that on the first one. So there you go.

One shot saw her mulling over what to scrawl in the pink book. Another saw her lying on the bed and gazing up at the camera, with one note visible and appeared to be the name Sean in a heart – perhaps referencing her ex, Big Sean, who was mentioned in the song alongside other exes like the late Mac Miller and former fiancé Pete Davidson.

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In another, Ariana was hiding behind the book as she held it up to the camera in all its glory.

Everyone was going wild over her posts, however one perhaps more than others and much more noticeable to us, being the eagle-eyed punters that we are.

Jesy Nelson took to the comments section as she pleaded with Ariana: How much longer, adding some stressed out emojis for added punch.

The two are totally bezzies now, after Ariana defended Jesys group Little Mix after they faced some backlash from Piers Morgan who slammed their Strip video clip as a grab for album sales.

Ariana and Piers got into a heated to-and-fro but thats not why were here – were here because of Thank U, Next!

The shoot has already seen her pay homage to teen classics like Legally Blonde (2001), 13 Going On 30 (2004) and Bring It On (2000), with star Eliza Dushku sharing a shout out to the star and her efforts in bringing the cheer film to life in a new way.

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Oh, its bein broughtn, Eliza commented on a picture of Ariana dressed as Missy Pantone, the transfer student Eliza played

And Gabrielle Union could not hide her excitement to see the East Compton Clovers representing at Arianas Noughties-themed video shoot.

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