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Watch this brilliant Ariana Grande/Lisa Kudrow ‘7 Rings’ mash-up

It's the collaboration you never knew you needed

Ariana Grande just dropped her latest album ‘thank u, next’, which includes singles ‘imagine’, ‘break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored’ and ‘7 Rings’.

The latter has now been brilliantly remixed by a fan. Writing “#thankunext had no guest features” the Twitter user posted a mash-up video of the track – now featuring guest vocals from Lisa Kudrow’s The Comeback character, Valerie Cherish.

‘7 Rings’ features the lyric “I want it, I got it” and now Cherish takes over the “I got it” part – harking back to the show’s famous pilot episode. You can see the mash-up and the original Valerie Cherish video below.

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In other Ari news, the singer hit out at the Grammys after Mac Miller failed to secure a posthumous victory for Best Rap Album.

Despite bagging a nomination for final album ‘Swimming’, Miller ultimately lost to Cardi B’s acclaimed debut Invasion of Privacy.

Responding on Twitter almost immediately, Grande hit out at the Grammys for failing to honour her ex-boyfriend, who died last September from an accidental overdose.

“Trash”, Ariana wrote in an initial tweet.

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In a series of follow-up messages, she added: “Literal bullshit. Bullshit.”

After deleting the initial outburst, Ariana then responded to a fan who asked if her comments were meant as a slight on Cardi B.

“Nothing to do w her. Good for her. I promise. I’m sorry,” she responded.

She then seemingly sympathised with a fan who pointed out the significance of Miller’s parents attending the ceremony to honour their late son.

“Y’all invited Macs parent’s out and you didn’t give him an award are y’all DUMB,” the fan wrote.

Ariana responded: “This. This is what I mean. Karen [Miller’s mother] was gonna have a green suit made.”

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