Ariana Grande Falls, Tears Up During ‘Thank U, Next’ Performance on ‘Ellen’

Ariana Grande performed her latest single "thank u, next" for the first time on Ellen and her "First Wives Club" dance routine saw her nearly fall down.

The 25-year-old pop star give the first performance of her new breakup anthem "thank u, next" for the crowd, channeling the hit 1996 film First Wives Club for her all-white girl group ensembles with pals, Tayla Parx and Victoria Monet.

At one point, Grande stood up on a chair, bopping to her song in white heeled boots, but when she stepped down, she stumbled and fell, exclaiming, "Oh my god!" She even took the time to learn some rather tight choreography - which is what caused the near-disaster - with her backing singers.

"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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The song got particularly emotional for Grande during a verse about her parents.

Despite giggling over a misstep that almost caused her to fall, Grande got choked up at one point during her performance, visibly holding back tears while singing about walking down the aisle with her mom someday. She finished the performance with a smile, and danced down the aisles of the set while the audience cheered. That was fantastic! That was awesome. DeGeneres responds: "It's totally fine, we're happy that you came back". Thank you, Ariana, next.

Grande, who memorializes Miller as an "angel" on the track, recently paid tribute to him online after a fan sent her a video of the late rapper listening to her song "R.E.M". "He is supposed to be here".

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