Let us pray: Ariana Grande blessed us with her divine vocals and heavenly (albeit concurrently sultry) moves in the video for her new summer bop, "God Is a Woman," and the image that keeps running through our minds is Her Holiness artfully swaying in a pool of pastel pink, purple, and blue swirls. Grande is nude, save for some carefully placed body paint, her signature long ponytail tightly plaited and trailing behind her. As she floats weightlessly, baptizing all 31 million YouTube viewers, we can't help but recall a similar visual: a Lush Bath Bomb.
Granted, our own bouts with the cult-loved bath soap has never looked anything quite like Grande's sanctified swim (think a cramped pre-war NYC tub with questionably discolored grout), but one thing remains the same: mesmerizing waves of colors melting in a milky pool of water. We weren't the only ones to notice this either, as Twitter quickly took note of the similarity.
Twitter user @grandeslite tweeted at Lush Cosmetics suggesting it make its own version of the "God Is a Woman" bath, and Lush responded saying it'd pass the idea along to the powers that be. Grande, clearly jazzed by the idea herself, responded to @grandeslite saying she'd "do anything" to make it happen. Unsurprisingly, Grande's deity prompted Lush product inventor and Chief Digital Officer Jack Constantine to create a prototype just a day after the Twitter exchange.
The above video captures how closely Constantine's version mimic's the colors from Grande's video, and commenters were steeply impressed—even Grande commented that she's "freaking out." It's still in the formulation process, but Grande's Arianators disciples are eager to experience the holy trinity: Ariana's music, a warm bath, and a "God Is a Woman" Lush Bath Bomb.
Up next, check out our one-on-one conversation with the princess of pop.