Pop singer Ariana Grande premiered her music video for "Right There" on Wednesday. In the fancy clip, she takes on William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with an on-screen love interest. Rapper Big Sean also appears in the video.
Grande premiered "Right There" in August before the release of her debut album "Yours Truly." Big Sean features on the breezy R&B track about always sticking by your lover's side. "I really love you and I'll never let you go," Ariana sings.
In the music video for "Right There," Grande channels Baz Luhrmann's take on "Romeo and Juliet" as she mixes Elizabethan style with modern flair. Ariana is the bell of the ball at a party she throws. She gets ready for the festivities with real life best friend Elizabeth Gillies. Model Patrick Schwarzenegger, as the role of Romeo, later crashes the royal shindig and has Grande chasing after him. Romance ensues and the lovers luckily have a happy ending, ditching the original tragedy part of Shakespeare's story.
Grande's "Yours Truly" album was released in September. It peaked at no. 1 on Billboard's albums chart upon release.
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