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    Ariana Grande Made A Mini Musical About Post-Lockdown Life With James Corden, And I Feel Seen

    "Making plans is like sex to me."

    After 15 months of avoiding people and attending virtual engagements in sweatpants, the world is finally starting to resemble itself pre-lockdown (thanks to rising vaccination rates and increasingly disappearing COVID-19 restrictions). And Ariana Grande is understandably thrilled about it.

    Ariana Grande sings on stage during the 2020 Grammy Awards
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    The pop icon sang all about it and celebrated the return to life, as we once knew it, alongside James Corden (who also has a background in theater) and Tony-winning Broadway star Marissa Jaret Winokur.

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    The trio parodied "Good Morning Baltimore" from Hairspray during a segment on The Late Late Show, and their performance comes on the heels of a significant vaccination milestone for New York and an official end to the state's COVID-19 restrictions.

    Ari has a lot of lines to identify with in the musical number, like, "Look at my hair. I'm no longer scared to have it cut."

    Ariana wears a yellow dress
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    "It's time to make memories once you've got the vaccine."

    Ariana Grande smiling in a yellow dress
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    "It's been so long since I've put on my shoes. Let's hit the club and get drunk and get matching tattoos."

    And, most memorably, "Making plans is like sex to me."

    Ariana Grande wears a yellow dress in front of a yellow taxi cab
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    Same, Ari, same.

    What do you think of the parody, and honestly, how validated do you feel after watching it? Share in the comments below!

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