Ariana Grande proved she’s been keeping busy during quarantine as she recreated Adam Sandler's hit 1998 film The Waterboy. The hilarious parody posted to Twitter is so spot on, even Sandler's impressed.

This week, the singer and her friends reenacted scenes from the popular flick and uploaded them to Twitter. In the clips, Grande played Sandler's classic character Bobby Boucher and revisited the hilarious scene where he strikes up a conversation with Jennifer Taylor's character Rita at a party.

"And how'd you all make use of YOUR day," Grande captioned the video. Watch it below.

In another scene, the "Thank U, Next" singer was joined by her mom, Joan, who took on the role of Boucher’s mom Helen (Kathy Bates in the original film) and her Victorious co-star actress Elizabeth Gillies, who played Boucher’s love interest Vicki (Fairuza Balk). The trio were of course all filming the scenes from their respective homes while social distancing.

Fans loved Grande's version of the film, and thought she captured Bobby Boucher perfectly, and Sandler himself thought so, too. "Bobby Boucher approves of this message," the actor tweeted in response to the clip.

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