Ariana Grande Transforms Into A Fembot In Futuristic '34+35' Music Video

By Hayden Brooks

November 17, 2020

Ariana Grande's love for Austin Powers is on full display in her new music video for "34+45."

On Tuesday (November 17), the pop titan dropped the futuristic clip, which was helmed by Directed X, and it sees the superstar create a robot version of herself ala Fembots from the Mike Myers franchise. Laboratory work doesn't always go as predicted and that couldn't be more apparent when the android turns the buttoned-up scientist Ari, as well as the rest of her team, into 60s-inspired dancers with fur-lined dresses. "Can you stay up all night? F*ck me 'til the daylight/ Thirty-four, thirty-five," she croons during the midtempo track's hook. "Can you stay up all night?/ F*ck mе 'til the daylight Thirty-four, thirty-five."

"34+35" is featured on the chart-topper's recent album, Positions, and follows the set's lead single of the same name. The song, which is the collection's most sexually explicit track, was created with the intent of meshing dirty lyrics with the grandiose production. "It's absolutely absurd. It was just a fun thing. We heard the strings that sounded so Disney and orchestral and full and pure. And I was just like, 'Yo, what is the dirtiest possible, most opposing lyric that we could write to this?" she recalled during her appearance on The Zack Sang Show.

Positions includes a number of guest stars, including Doja Cat ("Motive"), Ty Dolla $ign ("Safety Net") and The Weeknd ("Off the Table").

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