The sultry new vid sees Ariana Grande get hot and steamy with a young woman, despite it seeming as though she's had her eyes firmly set upon a hunky man, played by Riverdale's Charles Melton, throughout.
In addition to being nominated for the Best Pop Solo Performance ("God Is a Woman") and Best Pop Vocal Album (Sweetener) Grammys, the Recording Academy used Grande's photo to promote the broadcast on billboards throughout Los Angeles.
The Grammys boss claims he told Ariana the song wasn't appropriate for the ceremony and he asked her to pick another, but after several conversations she decided not to perform or attend music's big night.
In the bouncier bop Bloodline she turns hardheaded, likely referring to Davidson: "Don't want you in my bloodline, yeah/Just wanna have a good time".
Ariana Grande at the 2016 Grammy Awards. She's a great artist.
Ariana Grande's latest album dropped early this morning, sending fans into what can legitimately be described as a meltdown if Twitter is anything to go by. "It's just a game y'all. and I'm sorry but that's not what music is to me".
Grande refused to take this lying down.
Ariana also addressed her loyal fans, saying she hoped they understood her decision and that she was still grateful for the "acknowledgement" she received this year.
The 2019 Grammy Awards are set to air Sunday, February 10 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.