Ariana Grande's now iconic tune Thank U, Next has become ingrained in our daily terminology.
Whether we're turning down a Tinder date or cringing over an awkward encounter, the phrase has officially happened (unlike fetch).
Now, we may be adapting it into our beauty routines, as Ariana has moved to trademark the phrase for use in fragrance.
According to WWD, GrandAri, which is Ariana's company, has filed a trademark application for Thank U, Next.
The trademark, filed on April 2, would cover a number of beauty products, including 'Eau de cologne; Eau de parfum; Eau de toilette; Fragrance body care preparations, namely, body lotions, bath gels, shower gels, body scrubs, body powders, body soufflés, body mists.;
Ariana rarely puts a wrong foot forward when it comes to business, so we can only imagine that a range of Thank U, Next products would be a massive hit.
We can only imagine the feverish rush as fans clamoured to get their hands on a sassy and scented product from the superstar.
Fans are conspiring on social media that the fragrances could be inspired by the films she depicted in her Thank U, Next video.
In the iconic music video, Grande played Elle Woods from Legally Blonde, Regina George from Mean Girls, and Torrance from Bring It On, as well as Jennifer Garner's character from 13 Going On 30,
This isn't Ari's first attempt to dip her feet into the beauty industry.
The singer already has a series of highly successful perfumes, including Ari, Cloud, Frankie, Moonlight, Sweet Like Candy, and Sweet Like Candy Limited Edition.
Ariana is hugely influential when it comes to the beauty industry – with her signature high ponytail inspiring hundreds of red-carpet copies and YouTube tutorial videos, and her flawless fake tan being the envy of girls who love a faux glow across the globe.
Last year, Lush even released a bath bomb inspired by the singer's shimmery, purple moment in her God Is A Woman music video.
The bath bomb, called Goddess, releases pink, white and purple colours into the bath water, along with a biodegradable shimmer.
The singer has recently been noted to use products from Irish companies such as Carter Beauty and SOSUbySJ.
Ariana's makeup artists previously revealed that the singer loves to use Marissa Carter's Gel Eyeliner product, along with Suzanne Jackson's lashes in the style Envy and lip kit in the shade I Like It.