Madonna and ‘Pulp Fiction’ Evoked in Ariana Grande’s ‘God Is A Woman’ Video (Video)

Take me to church, Ari

Ariana Grande says God is a woman, and we’re ready to go to church.

In her new music video for her latest single off “Sweetener,” which was directed by Dave Meyers, the pop star is portrayed as the goddess we always knew she was. But another goddess makes a cameo in the psychedelic video — at least, her voice does.

In the second half of the video, we hear none other than Madonna quoting the Ezekiel 25:17 passage from Samuel L. Jackson’s famous line in “Pulp Fiction.” The video also features references to Greco-Roman art, including “The Creation of Adam.”

Grande teased Madonna’s participation in the video earlier this week with a cryptic tweet featuring a photo of the icon. “Thank you @madonna … u know why,” the caption read. Now we know, too, and it’s all we could have dreamed for.

In another tweet Friday after the video’s release, Grande encouraged her “fellow goddesses” to “be yourself unapologetically [sic].”

“to my fellow goddesses who work their asses off every day to “break the glass ceiling”, this is for you. i respect u and am endlessly inspired by u. pls continue to fuck it up, to be yourself unapologetically & always know how celebrated u are. hope this can be ya anthem,” she wrote.

Watch the music video above.