We're dying over Ariana Grande's Jennifer Coolidge costume

This Ariana Grande Jennifer Coolidge costume proves that the singer is a true Halloween queen

Ariana Grande Jennifer Coolidge Halloween costume, Ariana Grande and Jennifer Coolidge in the 'Thank U, Next' music video
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We knew she's a fan of The White Lotus star, but this Ariana Grande Halloween costume seals her Jennifer Coolidge stan-dom. 

The "Dangerous Woman" singer has famously impersonated Coolidge's signature breathy voice in the past, a loving imitation that led to a cameo in the singer's "Thank U, Next" music video. Now the pop star is paying homage to one of the Emmy winner's most beloved film roles: trophy wife Sherri Ann Cabot in the 2000 mockumentary Best in Show

Longtime friends and former Victorious co-stars, Grande and Liz Gillies showed off their Best in Show get-ups on Instagram on Friday, October 28, with the former as Coolidge's character and the latter portraying Jane Lynch's Christy Cummings. They then switched it up, with Grande as Eugene Levy's bold-browed Gerry Fleck and Gillies as Catherine O’Hara’s curly-haired Cookie Fleck. 

Not only did the actresses take on the look of the cult-favorite characters but also, epically, their mannerisms, recreating some of the funniest scenes from the Christopher Guest classic. Watch the dynamic duo below:

Celebs react to Ariana Grande Jennifer Coolidge costume:

Coolidge herself praised the performers, commenting on the post: "This is f***ing great. I was gonna go as the young boy’s pet weasel from 'The Watcher' but now I think I’m gonna go as @arianagrande’s dog Toulouse 😉"

Other celebrities also joined in with virtual applause, including Katy Perry, who wrote: "can this get nominated." We couldn't agree more!

Want even more Halloween goodness? Check out these funny Spirit Halloween costume memes that are taking over social media and some more epic celebrity Halloween costumes for All Hallows Eve inspiration. 

Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life. 

More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York

When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.