Here's what Ariana Grande wrote to all of her exes in the 'Thank U, Next' burn book

You let it out, honey. Put it in the book.

Ariana Grande channeled Regina George in her music video for "Thank U, Next," penning handwritten messages to her exes in her own personal Burn Book.

The blink-and-you'll-miss-it moments appeared just for split seconds, but the messages are mostly legible -- and overall quite complimentary.

The sequence begins with a snapshot of ex Big Sean (lyrics: "Thought I'd end up with Sean, but it wasn't a match"). Written in red marker, Sean's name is spelled inside a heart, and Ariana wrote three notes: "So cute," "So sweet," and "Could still get it."

She then moves on to Ricky Alvarez (lyrics: "Wrote some songs about Ricky, now I listen and laugh"). "Great dancer," she writes alongside a photo of her in his arms. "Good times man," she adds, as well as "Friends forever." His name is also spelled in a heart.

We then move on to Pete Davidson (lyrics: "Even almost got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful"). Ariana applies glue to the back of the June 2018 Instagram photo before sticking it onto the page. His face is covered with purple heart stickers -- worth noting since neither of her other exes' faces are masked.

Underneath the photo in all capital letters is "HUUUUGE." Create your own interpretation.

His name is also hearted, and the page also reads, "I love u always," with always underlined twice. Ariana then writes across the top, "Sorry I dipped" -- a clear reference to ending the relationship.

The final shot of the sequence, in which Ariana closes the book, shows that pages were torn out between Ricky and Pete's sections. There are jagged remains toward the top of the book. Are there more exes we need to know about?

Missing from the Burn Book is Mac Miller (lyrics: "Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm, cause he was an angel"). Miller passed away in September 2018.

Watch the full video below:

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