Ariana Grande Says She's 'So, So Emotional' as New Single 'Yes, And?' Debuts at No. 1

The pop superstar's latest single "Yes, And?" off her forthcoming album 'Eternal Sunshine' peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Monday

<p>Courtesy Republic Records</p> Ariana Grande

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Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande is embracing eternal sunshine!

It was announced on Monday that the pop superstar’s latest single “Yes, And?” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 — and she couldn’t be happier and feel more grateful to receive the news.

After learning of the song’s success, the Grammy winner, 30, posted to Instagram to share a sweet message thanking her fans for their support, along with a video featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the music video.

Grande began her note enthusiastically by sharing the new track’s peak position on the charts and including a handful of exclamation points and teary-eyed emojis.

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“i am so so so……. so emotional,” the “Thank U Next” singer candidly wrote.

Specifically, she showed love to her fans for their support of the new release, which dropped on Jan. 12. The hitmaker continued, “thank you from the bottom of my heart to my fans, the most incredible angels in the world, for the love you have shown this song and me.”

“it is overwhelming and so sincerely moving to see how many of you this song has resonated with and it is such a gift to feel so seen and held by you!” the Positions artist added, referring to its lyrics about keeping one’s head held high. “thank you for your positivity, for your support and for everything. you have no idea how much you mean to me!”

“this is absolutely because of and entirely for you. thank you!” she concluded, adding a series of heart and sunshine emojis.

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The clip Grande shared along with her message to fans — known as the Arianators — features a compilation of footage from the set of the music video of “Yes, And?” which dropped along with the track. In the video, she practices choreography, makes sure her signature winged eyeliner is to perfection, hypes up her crew of back-up dancers and gets in front of the camera.

“This is the best day of my life,” the pop star sweetly exclaims at the end of the clip, as they appear to wrap the project.

The “7 Rings” artist released the house-inspired single, which she co-wrote with acclaimed pop songwriters/producers Max Martin and Ilya Salmanzadeh, a month after she began teasing it on social media. It marks her first solo music release in nearly three years and finds her looking into the face of negativity with self-confidence and pose.

“Your business is yours and mine is mine,” Grande sings on the track. “Why do you care so much whose [d---] I ride?”

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In the video, she evokes Paula Abdul, taking inspiration from her iconic dance video for 1988’s “Cold Hearted.”

Days after the single dropped, the singer-songwriter shared the title and additional artwork for her seventh studio album.

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In an Instagram post featuring the LP’s artwork — a close-up shot of the pop star styled in a red lip — she revealed the project is titled Eternal Sunshine and due out March 8 (via Republic Records), and also shared shots of herself wearing a Peter Pan collar top and sheer red gloves.

The project follows 2020’s Positions, although the “God Is a Woman” artist has kept herself busy since then. She's collaborating with fellow A-listers like Megan Thee Stallion and The Weeknd, and has primarily spent her time filming the upcoming Wicked movie musical adaptation, which she stars in as Glinda.

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