Ariana Grande's 'thank u, next' music video is quickly shaping up to be one of the cultural events of the year.
From the track itself (it's a record-breaking, first-class Number 1 bop) to the films that the visual is set to reference (Quiz: Are you love, patience or pain in 'thank u, next'?
A 1950s doo-wop-influenced pop and R&B album, it debuted atop the US Billboard 200 and spawned her first US top-ten single, "The Way", featuring rapper Mac Miller.
Grande's second studio album, My Everything (2014), continued the pop-R&B sound of its predecessor and incorporated EDM elements.
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Grande's pop-R&B styles extended on her third studio album, Dangerous Woman (2016), which was her first of three consecutive number-one albums in the UK, and spawned top ten hits such as the Grammy nominated title track and "Side to Side".
With that in mind, Troye's 'thank u, next' comment is not an actual revelation but just a hilarious joke put in as a reference to the Aubrey rumours.
The rumours were so big that they ended up turning into a meme and Ariana even addressed them on Twitter.
According to Buzzfeed, he commented, "Damn u look good." Alvarez promptly shut that down telling Bieber "keep looking player." Overall, Alvarez seems like a good guy, at least judging from his Instagram account. Over the Christmas holiday, he posted a pic that just said "Ariana Grande. He randomly will post a proud shot of Grande doing her thing, but mainly there are just pictures of him taking pictures (very meta) and hanging out with his friends.
Aside from being an aspiring photographer and backup dancer, Alvarez is also into carpentry, which everyone knows is the dreamiest job ever.