EXCLUSIVE: 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Dives Into the Art of Friendship in This Catchy New Music Video

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We all need friends, right? Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is about to dive into the art of friendship with a brand new musical number!

In a sneak peek at tonight’s episode of The CW musical dramedy, debuting exclusively on ETonline, Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) throws a housewarming party in despite her lack of social connections and fear of hosting to get closer to her former love, Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III).

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Rebecca channels her younger self in the catchy new song “I Have Friends” – and though she may think she has friendships to last a lifetime, that's not exactly the case.

“No one can say that I do not have friends,” the younger Rebecca sings, as a classmate throws a pizza at her head. As you can see in the music video, not a lot has changed in her adult life either!

Bloom recently spoke with ET on the set of her new show and dished on the most embarrassing thing she’s ever done for love.

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“The craziest thing I did for love was the ways I tricked myself into thinking I wasn’t stalking anyone,” the YouTube star shared. “I would go to a place just to run into them, and I have this in my diary. I’d be like, ‘Dear diary, today I went to this Starbucks just because I wanted to go to there, and I happened to run into blah blah blah.’”

Though it’s not the first musical-based show to hit the small screen, Bloom maintains Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is in a niche all their own.

“I describe it as Ally McBeal meets Flight of the Conchords,” she said.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

To find out more about Rachel Bloom, press play on the video below!