Ariana Grande Loves Jeff Goldblum’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Spoof

Ariana Grande Loves Jeff Goldblum’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Spoof

If you thought that the music video for Ariana Grande's hit breakup anthem 'Thank U, Next' was the best pop culture moment of the entire year, then clearly you haven't seen the parody that James Corden has just released.

Corden filmed an original version of Grande's much-talked-about music video, with the clip starting off with the talk-show host telling his fave actor: "Seriously, I mean, thank you, Jeff". The Late Late Show host effortlessly sings about Goldblum's decades-long career while in a variety of eye-catching outfits.

The spoof video, "Thank U, Jeff", aired on Wednesday's "The Late Late Show" and opens with Corden looking at photos of Goldblum in a scrapbook.

It's a spoof of Grande's parody of the Burn Book

"First saw him in The Fly, where his face was grotesque". "In Thor: Ragnarok, his performance was classic". There was also a healthy amount of simple flattery, "he's our silver fox with black thick-rimmed glasses". James later exclaims, "I'm so frickin' grateful for his pecks". Grande wrote. "it's for a friend. promise".

When Corden sheepishly offered to get rid of it, Jeff told him: 'You don't have to, it's very sweet.

The new track is ideal if you've had "thank u, next" absolutely lodged in your head for the past few weeks and feel like a slight change in lyrics, just to shake things up a bit.

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