Ariana Grande: Could she have a secret album out there?

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The single is Grande processing through past relationships, including her recently-ended engagement to "SNL" star Pete Davidson, thanking them for what they taught her and preparing her for whatever's next.

Ariana Grande stumbled during her first ever performance of her new single, "Thank U, Next" on 'The Ellen Degeneres Show, ' but she didn't seem too bothered by the slip-up!

Ariana's dance routine was a tribute to the classic Hollywood film "First Wives Club", however Ari's chair stunt saw her stumble and nearly fall to the ground, as you can see in the video above.

"This one gon" last / "Cause her name is Ari / And I'm so good with that", she sang without missing a note, adding a self-deprecating chuckle.

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For the performance, Grande and her backup singers, Tayla Parx and Victoria Monet, who both helped her write "thank u, next", donned all-white outfits that gave off a clear bridal vibe.

In June past year her concert was the target of a suicide bomber, who killed 22 of her fans and their parents. "Oh my god", she said before regaining her balance and picking up where she left off.

The singer also slipped up a bit at the end when she concluded the performance by running up the stairs through the audience.

She moved into more emotional territory as the song progressed, holding back tears while singing about her future wedding day. That was fantastic! That was awesome.

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What we love most about this video is that Ariana could have totally redone the whole thing, but chose not to.

The tracks, including one called "Cadillac" and another called "Champagne", have since been taken down.

Watch the entire performance above, then maybe go see if The First Wives Club is on Hulu or something?

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