James Corden Serenades Jeff Goldblum in ''Thank U, Next'' Parody

James Corden Serenades Jeff Goldblum in ''Thank U, Next'' Parody

James Corden Serenades Jeff Goldblum in ''Thank U, Next'' Parody

Thank U, Next? More like Thank U, Jeff.

Corden filmed an original version of Grande's much-talked-about music video, with the clip starting off with the talk-show host telling his fave actor: "Seriously, I mean, thank you, Jeff".

If anyone on this earth is deserving of a declaration of love in the form of an Ariana Grande parody, it's the internet's favourite daddy, Jeff Goldblum.

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As Corden recreates all the scenes from the video (the dancing school talent show, but with Jeff Goldblum in the audience, the pillow-fight), he weaves in references to Goldblum's career like,"in Thor: Ragnarok, his performance was classic". Goldblum himself gets in on the fun, taking on the role of Kris Jenner's cameo as the mom from Mean Girls.

Corden goes on to praise Goldblum as a "silver fox with black thick-rimmed glasses" and "the complete package".

Later: "I'm so frickin' grateful for his pecks".

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Trolling the pop song, James is rocking some silk pjs, with a burn book of his own dedicated to Jeff Goldblum. Grande wrote. "it's for a friend. promise".

"I thought it was very sweet", Goldblum replies.

One of the biggest fans of the parody is none other than Ariana Grande herself, as she tweeted her appreciation for "Thank u, Jeff" early Wednesday (December 6) morning.

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I've re-watched the video more times than I care to admit - just awesome.

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