Ariana Grande's "Thank u, next" explores self acceptance

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Ariana Grande does kiss and tell, but at least she informs the exes first.

Grande celebrated the news Monday on social media, writing "yeeeeeee baby's first number one" on Twitter shortly before nodding to future releases by tweeting "thank u, next". Obviously, Grande reacted in the only appropriate way to one of the leading lads of the Rebel Alliance recognizing her as an artist: She geeked out.

The song has given Grande her first No. 1 breakthrough on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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At first it seemed that shade was being thrown by both parties, with Pete poking fun at his former fiancee in a Saturday Night Live skit and Ari tweeting, "For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh".

The 25-year-old singer has been left heartbroken recently after battling the loss of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, who passed away in September, and breaking off her engagement with Pete Davidson - whom she began dating in May and got engaged to in June - the following month. However, Grande doesn't insult or saying mean about any of them. This is an emotional nod to Miller, who died of a drug overdose at 26 years old on September 6. The song made more than just personal history for Grande, though. It shows how her life and career is defined by herself, not by the guys she is romantically involved with.

Fans began speculating that Grande was releasing a record very soon after she surprise released "Thank U, Next" and a music video for "Breathin'".

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