Spice Girls' "Say You'll Be There" is just everything, isn't it? Geri Halliwell's massive PVC-clad outfit and even bigger red hair, that hot-but-slightly-odd futuristic cowboy fella we fancied, the harmonica breakdown. It's safe to say we still listen to it on the reg almost 21 (TWENTY ONE) years down the line. As does Ariana Grande, actually. The only difference? Ariana Grande's fans literally have no idea who the Spice Girls are.
Ari chucked a video of her singing the track, which was recently covered by MØ of "Final Song" fame, on Instagram; much to the confusion of her fans who got all hyped-up over the prospect of new music. Yup, we're officially old and don't quite know how to process it.
forever m00d #forgotthebridge #imissagoodharmonicasolo A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Aug 15, 2017 at 2:49am PDT
forever m00d #forgotthebridge #imissagoodharmonicasolo
A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Aug 15, 2017 at 2:49am PDT
Putting a clip of the chorus on Insta, Ariana captioned her vid 'forever m00d #forgotthebridge #imissagoodharmonicasolo.' The issue? Her fans have no frickin' clue what it is. Much confusion ensued. When Ari also took to Twitter to recite the lyrics:
I'm........ giving you evvvvvverything— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) August 15, 2017
I'm........ giving you evvvvvverything
Arianators were left in a tizz over the thought of new material from their fave. One fan replied "SPILL SOME TEA BABY," with another asking new lyrics?" No, loves. It's this absolute classic:
Well and truly feeling the toll of time, Ariana then tweeted "omg they're spice girls lyrics not A4 tea am i old." Bloody hell.
This post was written by Carl Smith. It originally appeared on our sister site, heatworld.
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