Jonathan Bennett, known best for his role as Regina George's love interest, Aaron Samuels, in the hit 2004 film Mean Girls, posted a few photos of himself and Ariana Grande on set of the "Thank U, Next" music video to Twitter on Saturday. Fans of Grande and the iconic chick flick are freaking out, naturally.
In one selfie, Bennett posed with Grande leaning on his shoulder, dressed head-to-toe as Regina George, including a blonde wig. "Aaron [heart emoji] Regina," he wrote in the tweet. He also added the hashtag #ThankUNext, which continues to trend on social media.
Another photo that Bennett shared, which showed him and Grande standing in Mean Girls' high school hallway, gave fans a full view of the pop singer's Regina-inspired outfit. Bennett posed in his Aaron Samuels casual high school look–jeans, a blue crewneck sweatshirt, and brown bangs flat-ironed on his forehead (a classic 2004 look).
He pointed to Grande beside him, who wore a pink cardigan paired with a tan-gray miniskirt. Grande held a copy of The Burn Cookbook in her arms, a satirical cookbook inspired by the film, which Bennett co-authored.
Bennett also retweeted a few photos of himself posing with Grande, the "Plastics," and "Cady Heron," all in costume. While Grande will play Regina George in the music video, Liz Gillies will play Cady Heron, Alexa Luria will play Karen Smith, and Courtney Chipolone will play Gretchen Wieners. Gillies is Grande's former Victorious co-star, and Luria and Chipolone are two of Grande's best friends.
Grande's "Thank U, Next" music video will feature four of the pop star's favorite chick flicks–Mean Girls, Legally Blonde, Bring It On, and 13 Going On 30. Although we don't know much about the video yet, we know from teaser photos that Grande will dress as the lead role of each film and reenact a few scenes.
Over the last week, Grande has shared photos of herself dressed in Missy Pantone's cheer costume from Bring It On, Elle Woods's fluffy pink top from Legally Blonde, and Jenna Rink's blouse from 13 Going on 30, along with quotes from the films. The pop singer has been reluctant to share any more information, but she has said that she is extremely excited for its release and that this was her favorite music video in her career so far.