Heard about Ariana Grande's facing a deadly comet on her music video? Details here.
"One Last Time serves as the fourth overall single from Ariana Grande's second studio album 'My Everything'. The song debuts at the 10th spot of February 19 edition of Daily Top 10 bumping off Demi Lovato's "Nightingale".
The music video stars Matt Bennett, who was also Grande's co-star from the sitcom Victorious.
In response to similarities between the Grande video and the music video accompanying Australian band Safia's single "You Are the One", Grande and Landis were accused of intellectual property theft. The controversy centered on similarities in the shared apocalyptic themes and stylistic format (a single, tracking shot) as well as parallels in the beginning of both videos (where a female protagonist exits a vehicle despite the protests of the male driver) and final shot (a lover's embrace as the world comes to an end around them). Members of the band described the similarities as an instance of when "big labels and/or big film firms steal ideas from small independent creatives who are trying really hard to make something different for a change." Despite acknowledging similarities between the two videos, Landis denied that his ideas had been stolen.
Whether plagiarized or not, let's watch this catastrophic music video of Ariana Grande's "One Last Time" below.
Ariana Grande was known for her chart-topper hits like "Problem" and "Break Free". Can "One Last Time" occupies the top spot of our countdown? Find out on the next chart action!
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