Ariana Grande, MTV to Bring Back TRL For One Day Only!

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Get ready, millennials: the video countdown that had you squealing your way through puberty is back on MTV! But sadly, it's only for one day.

Ariana Grande and MTV are reviving the Total request Live (aka, TRL) format for one day only on July 2.

Ariana will debut her new single "Break Free" during the first and only broadcast of Total Ariana Live.

Naturally, Ariana will perform "Problem," as well, and will likely be joined by iggy Azalea.

"Only one artist has the power to turn the lights back on at 1515 Broadway in the iconic TRL studios, and that's Ariana Grande," says a rep from Grande's record label. "The transformation to Total Ariana Live represents her unique star power."

For her part Ariana reflected nostalgically on the original show and teased fans with the prospect of some unexpected moments:

"It's a huge honor to be able to bring back a show like TRL," said Grande. "I used to love watching it growing up. Can't wait to celebrate with my loves in Times Square. Might have some surprises too!"

TRL ran from 1998-2008 on MTV, meaning Ariana would've been 15 (and already appearing on Broadway) when it went off the air.

No word on whether or not Carson Daly will be on hand to count down Ariana's top 2 hits.

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