Ariana Grande

Born on June 26, 1993, Ariana Grande-Butera is an American singer and actor. Her four-octave vocal range and unique use of the whistle register have made her a pop star and significant figure in popular music. Throughout her career, Grande has won multiple accolades, including 36 Guinness World Records     

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Guinness World Records, two Grammy Awards, a Brit Award, two Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, nine MTV Video Music Awards, and two Grammy Awards.

He was listed as one of the all-time best singers by Rolling Stone.July 26, 1993, Adriana Grande-Butera was born (age 30).

US city of Boca Raton; occupations: singer, songwriter, actress

Active years: 2008–present


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Website of the Republic At the age of 15, Grande made her Broadway debut in the musical 13 (2008).

Her roles as Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon television sitcom Victorious (2010–2013) and its spin-off Sam & Cat (2013–2014) propelled her to stardom. In 2011, he became a Republic Records signee

Grande’s 2013 debut studio album, Yours Truly, featured R&B and retro-pop influences and produced the hit song “The Way”. Their second album, My Everything (2014), dabbled with EDM and featured the singles “Problem,

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“Break Free,” and “Bang Bang,” which helped push them to global fame. With her third album, Dangerous Woman (2016),

Grande ventured into the pop and R&B genres, solidifying her popularity both critically and commercially.

Sweetener (2018) and Thank U, Next (2019), Grande’s fourth and fifth albums, were impacted by personal issues.

While the latter smashed multiple streaming records and was nominated for Album of the Year, the former was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album

7 Rings” and the album’s title track became two of Thank U, Next’s two number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100, making Grande the first solo artist to occupy all three top slots on the list at once.

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With the first single from his trap-infused sixth album, Positions (2020), as well as the singles “Stuck with U” and “Rain on Me” featuring Justin Bieber, he shattered the record for the most number-one debuts in Hot 100 history.

The Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance goes to Lady Gaga. With her seventh album Eternal Sunshine (2024), Grande made her dance music debut with the number one singles “Yes, End?”

and “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)”. With the political satire Don’t Look Up (2021), she made a comeback to acting.

Grande is one of the best-selling musicians in the world, having sold over 90 million records.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has certified all of his studio albums as platinum or higher.

As of 2021, Grande is the most streamed female artist and one of the most streamed musicians of all time with 98 billion streams.

With one billion streams—14 of which are on Spotify—she holds the record for most female artists of the 2010s and the most tracks of any female artist.

Grande has a sizable fan base on social media as well. With over 380 million Instagram followers, she ranks sixth among all users.

She is also among the most subscribed to and followed performers on YouTube and Spotify. Billboard crowned her Woman of the Year (2018), making her the most successful female artist since her 2010 debut.

She received the top ranking and was listed in several lists, including the Time 100 (2016 and 2019) and the Forbes Celebrity 100 (2019–2020). -Forbes Paid Female Artist of 2020.

In addition to her work in music and movies, Grande is an animal rights, mental health, and LGBT and racial equality activist. She has collaborated with a number of nonprofits.

Among his business endeavors is R.E.M. Is included. Beauty is a 2021-launched cosmetics brand and fragrance line with over $1 billion in global retail sales.Childhood

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On June 26, 1993, Ariana Grande-Butera was born in Boca Raton, Florida. She is the daughter of Edward Butera, who owns a Boca Raton graphic design company, and Joan Grande, the CEO of Hodge-McCann Communications, a marine

communications equipment manufacturer founded in Brooklyn and held by the Grande family since 1964. Grande, who is Italian-American, has identified as being of Abruzzian and Sicilian ancestry.

Frankie Grande, an entertainer and producer, is his older half-brother. Before she was even born, her family relocated to Florida from New York, and when she was eight or nine years old, her parents divorced.

Grande is very close to Marjorie Grande, her maternal grandma. On January 16, 2002,

during the Florida Panthers’ home game against the Chicago Blackhawks, he performed a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the age of 8.

When Grande was a little child, the Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre presented the musical Annie, in which she played the titular role.

She also appeared in Beauty and the Beast and The Wizard of Oz performances. She had her stage debut at eight years old, both with the Symphonic Orchestra and the Philharmonic of South Florida

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as well as with other orchestras, in a karaoke lounge on a cruise ship. He went to Pine Crest School and then North Broward Preparatory during this time.

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She stated that she wanted to create an R&B album when she initially came in Los Angeles, California, to meet with her managers: “I thought, ‘I want to produce an R&B album,’ she said, ‘

Um, that’s a helluva goal! Who is going to purchase an R&B CD from a 14-year-old? 2008

saw Grande cast as cheerleader Charlotte in the sitcom Victorious on Nickelodeon, which was set in a performing arts high school and debuted in 2009.

Her character was Cat Valentine, who was described as “extremely retarded”.

She had to dye her hair red for the part, which severely damaged her hair every other week. In March 2010, Nickelodeon hosted a live-action debut of the show.

With the second greatest audience in the series, Grande’s role helped elevate her to the status of teen idol. She said that acting is “fun, but music.” has always been my top priority.

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In August 2010, Grande started recording her debut album since she wanted to concentrate on her music after the first season of Victorious concluded.

With 6.2 million viewers, the second season’s debut in April 2011 became the highest-rated episode of the program.

Grande played Grayson Chance’s ex-girlfriend in the music video for the song “Unfriend You” off his 2011 album Hold On ‘Til the Night.

The video was released in May 2011. August 2011 marked her debut on the music scene with the Victorious soundtrack song “Give It Up”.

Grande recorded multiple takes of herself singing Adele, Whitney Houston, and Mariah Carey covers while filming Victorious, which she then posted on YouTube.

A video was sent to Monte Lipman, the CEO of Republic Records, and his friend. She gave Lipman the links after being impressed by her singing, and he signed her to a recording contract.

Grande performed the titular character in the English dub of the Spanish-language animated feature Snowflake, the White Gorilla, which was released in November 2011.

She was chosen to play the fairy princess Diaspro in the Nickelodeon Winx Club revival that ran from 2011 to 2013. Released in December 2011, “Put Your Hearts Up” was Grande’s debut song.

It was recorded for an aspiring teen-oriented pop album that was never released. Later on, he rejected the song, citing his disinterest in creating bubblegum pop music as the reason.

Later, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) recognized the song as Gold. In the extended play Victorious 2.0, which was released on June 5, 2012, she contributed vocals to the song

“5 Fingers to the Face” among other members of the cast. Victorious 3.0, the third and last soundtrack, was released on November 6, 2012;

it included the duet “L.A. Boys” by Grande and Victoria Justice, for which a music video was also released soon after. Grande and British singer-songwriter Mika worked together on a solo rendition of the duet “Popular Song” in December 2012.

Victorious ran for four seasons before being cancelled and ending in February 2013. Alongside Charlene Tilton and Neil Patrick Harris,

Grande played Snow White in the musical theater pantomime A Snow White Christmas at the Pasadena Playhouse. In the 2013 Nickelodeon movie Swindle, which was based on the same-titled children’s book, she portrayed Amanda Benson.

In the meantime, Jennette McCurdy and Grande starred in the Nickelodeon spin-off Sam & Cat, which was inspired by iCarly and Victorious.

Sam Puckett and Cat Valentine, the roommates who establish an after-school babysitting service,

were portrayed by Grande and McCurdy in the buddy sitcom. Your Truth and My Everything, 2013–2015.

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On August 30, 2013, Grande’s first album, Yours Truly, was released. Yours Truly, a pop and R&B album with influences from 1950s doo-wop, sold 138,000 copies in its first week and peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200 album chart.

Ten in numerous other nations, such as the Netherlands, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.

With Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller on lead vocals, the album’s opening single “The Way” started off at number ten on the US Billboard Hot 100 and finally peaked at number nine for two weeks.

Later, Minder Music sued Grande for allegedly ripping off the lyrics “What we got to do right here is go back, back in time” from the 1972 song “Troglodyte (Cave Man)” by The Jimmy Castor Bunch.

“Baby I”, the second single from the album, was made available in July. August 2013 saw the release of their third song,

Right There,” which featured Detroit rapper Big Sean. On the Billboard Hot 100, they peaked at positions 21 and 84, respectively.

In August 2013, Grande collaborated with Nathan Sykes of The Wanted to record the duet “Almost Is Never Enough,” which was made available as a promotional single.

She also started her own headline mini-tour and went on three dates with Justin Bieber’s Believe Tour.

listening session. He was named the 2013 American Music Awards’ New Artist of the Year. In December 2013, they released Christmas Kisses, a four-song Christmas EP.

In honor of her accomplishments in 2013, Grande was given the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award by the Music Business Association. Record producers Benny Blanco and Max Martin, along with singer-

songwriter Ryan Tedder, joined Grande in January 2014 to start work on her second studio album. She won Favorite Breakout Artist at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards in the same month.

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Grande sang “Women of Soul: In Performance at the White House” during the White House Concert in March 2014.

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama extended another invitation to Grande to sing at the Easter Egg Roll celebration at the White House the following month.

200. On the Billboard Hot 100, the lead track, “Problem,” opened at number three before moving up to number two. “

Break Free,” the second single off the album, which featured German artist and producer Zedd, peaked at number four in the US. She sang the song for “Problem” and at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards’ opening ceremony.

Best Pop Video winner. The lead single “Bang Bang” from Jessie J’s album Sweet Talker, which reached at number one in the UK and number three in the US, featured guest vocals from Grande and Nicki Minaj.

With the singles “Problem,” “Break Free,” and “With “Bang Bang,” Grande became the first female artist to have three top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously, alongside Adele.

On September 27, 2014, Grande performed musically on Saturday Night Live with Chris Pratt. The third song from My Everything,

“Love Me Harder,” featuring Canadian musician The Weeknd, was released that same month and reached its peak at number seven in the US.


She had the most top ten singles of any singer in 2014 with this song, becoming her fourth. Grande made an appearance on Major Lazer’s song “All My Love” from The Hunger Games:

Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) soundtrack album in November 2014. A Christmas song called “Santa Tell Me” was made available as a single that same month by Grande as part of the reissue of her debut Christmas EP, Christmas Kisses (2014).

The next month, she made an appearance on the song “Get on Your Knees” from Nicki Minaj’s third album,

The Pinkprint. Later, she dropped “One Last Time,” the fifth and final single from My Everything, which reached at number 13 in the US.

Each featuring performances throughout South America, Asia, Europe, and North America. Cashmere Cat released the single “Adore” in March 2015 and included Grande.

He inked an exclusive publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group in the spring, which covered his whole discography.

In 2015, Grande also recorded an episode for the reality TV program Knock Knock Live on Fox Broadcasting Company; however, the show was canceled before her episode was broadcast.

From September to November 2015, she appeared in a few episodes of the Fox comedy-horror series Scream Queens as Sonya Harfman/Chanel #2.

Her duet “E piu ti penso” with Italian recording artist Andrea Bocelli was initially based on the song “Zero to Hero” and was released in October 2015 as the lead single from Bocelli’s album Cinema (2015).

For the compilation album We Love Disney (2015), featuring the animated picture Hercules (1997). December 2015 saw the release of Grande’s second Christmas EP, Christmas & Chill.

As the lead single off her retitled album of the same name, Grande released “Dangerous Woman” in March 2016.

She became the first artist to have the lead single from each of her first three albums debut in the top ten when the track debuted at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100.

In addition to performing “Dangerous Woman,” Grande made her Saturday Night Live debut as host and musical guest that same month.

She also unveiled her promotional track “Be Alright,” which reached at number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100. For her performance on the show, Grande garnered favorable reviews.

She was praised for her impressions of different singers, some of which she had performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Grande during the 2017 Dangerous Woman Tour

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On May 20, 2016, Grande released Dangerous Woman, which made its Billboard 200 debut at number two.

In addition, it made its debut at number one in a number of markets, including Australia, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, and the UK, and at number two in Japan.

Writing for BBC News, Mark Savage referred to the album as “a mature, confident record”. The third single off the album, “Side to Side,” which Grande co-wrote with rapper Nicki Minaj, was released in August.

It peaked at number four on the Hot 100 and became her ninth hit overall. For the title tune, Dangerous Woman, there was a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Apart from her musical career, Grande has had appearances on the NBC show Hairspray Live! In the December 2016 episode of The New York Times, she portrayed Penny Pingleton.

Disney’s 1991 animated picture Beauty and the Beast had a live-action remake in 2017, and Grande recorded the soundtrack’s title single. In February 2017, the song—a duet with American artist John Legend—was made available.

In order to promote the record, Grande started her third concert tour, the Dangerous Woman Tour, the same month. 2018–2019: Next up, sweetener and thank you

The two main articles are the albums Sweetener and Thank U, Next.

2016 saw Grande start collaborating with Pharrell Williams on songs for Sweetener, his fourth studio album.

In April 2018, Grande made “No Tears Left to Cry” the lead single off of Sweetener available.

Grande became the first artist to release a lead single from each of her first four albums when the song debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

Vanished. albums were in the Hot 100’s top ten. He appeared on Nicki Minaj’s second single, “Bed,” off her fourth studio album Queen, which was released in June 2018.

She was featured on Troye Sivan’s second album Bloom’s single “Dance to This” that same month. The second song, “God Is a Woman,” became Grande’s eighth top ten single in the US and peaked at number eight on the Hot 100.

Sweetener, which was released in August 2018, won accolades from reviewers and debuted at the top of Billboard.

She became the fourth female artist to hit the ten-song mark when she concurrently charted nine tracks from the album on the Hot 100.


In order to promote the record, Grande gave shows in New York City from August 20 to September 4, 2018. played four shows in the city, Chicago, Los Angeles, and London under the moniker The Sweetener Sessions.

During the October 2018 NBC show, A Very Wicked Halloween, Grande sang a rendition of “The Wizard and I” from the musical Wicked.

Ariana Grande was featured in an hour-long BBC special that month, complete with performances and interviews.

The song “God Is a Woman” was performed by Grande during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards in New York City.

The song “Thank U, Next” was released in November 2018, along with the news of Grande’s self-titled fifth studio album.

The song became Grande’s first US chart-topping single when it debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and remained there for seven weeks in a row.

It has since received five platinum certifications in the US. The music video for the song smashed records for the fastest Vevo to reach 100 million views and the most views on YouTube in a 24-hour period. A video is present.

Later, other musicians surpassed them both on YouTube. It became the most streamed song by a female artist on Spotify with 9.6 million listens in a 24-hour period, surpassing her own hit “7 Rings” before continuing.

about 15 million streams. It also became the fastest song to reach 100 million streams on Spotify (11 days).

Later that month, Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries, a four-part documentary series, was launched by Grande in association with YouTube.

It chronicles Grande’s career throughout the tour and the development of Sweetener, and it features behind-the-scenes and concert footage from her Dangerous Woman Tour

 including scenes from the One Love Manchester gig. November 29, 2018, marked the start of the series.

She rose to the top of the Spotify charts for female artists at the end of the year.

She was also awarded Woman of the Year by Billboard. Grande became the youngest and just the fourth female artist to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival when it was revealed in January 2019 that she would do so.

Grande invited a number of special guests to perform alongside her. which included Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, P. Diddy, and NSYNC. They’ve gotten positive reviews for their set.

Released on January 18, 2019, Grande’s second single from Thank U, Next, “7 Rings,” became her second consecutive number-one hit.

This made Grande the third female artist to have multiple number-one debuts, behind Britney Spears (2) and Mariah Carey (3), and the fifth overall, behind Justin Bieber and Drake, to top the chart.

It became Grande’s most successful song on the list and one of the best-selling singles globally after peaking at number one for eight weeks in a row.

Released on February 8, 2019, Thank U, Next garnered positive reviews from critics and landed at number one on the Billboard 200. With 307 million

on-demand streams, it shattered the record for the biggest streaming week for a female artist and a pop album in the US.

With “7 Rings” peaking at number one, her third single “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” peaking at number two, and her lead single “Thank U, Next”

peaking at number three, Grande became the first solo artist to occupy the top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100. She is also the second artist overall to do so since The Beatles took home the top five spots in 1964.


Grande made history in the UK by being the second female solo artist to simultaneously hold the top two spots. and made history by being the first performer to hold the top spot twice in a row.

It was announced in February 2019 that Grande would not be attending the Grammy Awards due to a disagreement with the producers on a possible performance during the event.

With Sweetener, Grande won her first Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album. Grande took home the Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist that same month.

In order to promote Sweetener and Thank U, Next, they also started their third headline tour, the Sweetener World Tour, which started on March 18, 2019.

At the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, Grande received nine nominations, including one for Top Artist. On May 1, 2019, she would get two awards: one for Top Female Artist and one for Billboard

Chart Achievement. Grande gave a pre-recorded performance of her Sweetener World Tour during the event.

A duet with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey titled “Don’t Call Me Angel” was released as the lead song on September 13, 2019, after Grande confirmed in June 2019 that she co-executive produced the soundtrack to the movie Charlie’s Angels.

Later, it was included in the 24th Satellite Awards nomination list for Best Original Song. He and pop duo Social House released the track “Boyfriend” in August 2019. The August 16, 2019,

release of singer Normani’s debut solo track “Motivation” was co-written by Grande. At the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, Grande took home three prizes, including Artist of the Year.

She has twelve nominations in all, including “Thank U, Next” for Video of the Year. Lizzo, an American rapper and singer, released a remix of her song “Good as Hell” on October 25th, 2019, and Grande

appeared on it. By year’s end, NME had called Grande one of the key musicians of the decade, and Billboard had crowned her the most accomplished female debutante of 2010. Additionally,

she rose to the top of Spotify’s list of female artists streamed during the decade. In addition, Billboard named him the highest-paid solo musician of 2019

while Forbes included him as one of the highest-paid celebrities of 2019, ranking him 62nd on the list. 2020–2023: Place

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Grande was nominated for many 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards in January 2020, including Female Artist of the Year. On May 8, 2020

Grande and Justin Bieber collaborated on a song called “Stuck with You.” In light of the COVID-19 epidemic, the song’s net revenues were donated to the First Responders Children’s Foundation.

The song became Grande’s third chart-topping single and opened at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

Grande is the first artist to have three number one debuts at the top since “Thank U, Next” and “7 Rings,” and she tied Drake and Mariah Carey for the most songs to debut at the top of the Hot 100.

Lady Gaga and Grande worked together on “Rain on Me,” which was also released as the second single off Gaga’s sixth studio album Chromatica.

Additionally, the song made its debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. This song debuted at the top as well.

168] The song was the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards’ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance winner.

With $72 million, Grande ranked 17th overall on Forbes’ 2020 Celebrity 100 list, making her the highest-paid woman in music. remained. She was nominated for nine prizes in the 2020 MTV Video Music prizes for the songs

Stuck with You” (co-starring Justin Bieber) and “Rain on Me” (co-starring Gaga). Grande was nominated for Video of the Year for the latter for the third time in a row. Song of the Year for “Rain on Me” was one of her four victories.

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Positions, Grande’s sixth studio album, was made available on October 30, 2020. Grande’s sixth number-one album, it debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. On October 23, the lead single with the same name was made available.

It broke multiple records and became Grande’s fifth chart-topping single when it debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

Grande made history by being the first performer to debut at number one on the Hot 100 and to debut at number one on the charts five times in her career.

With “Positions” becoming her third consecutive number-one hit in 2020 (after “Stuck with You” and “Rain on Me”),

Grande became the first female artist to achieve this feat and the first artist since Drake to have three hits in a single calendar year.

“34+35” was the second single off the album, released in 2010 together with Positions, Rihanna and Katy Perry’s second single. The track became Grande’s 18th top ten single when it debuted at number eight.

On January 15, 2021, Grande released a remix of “34+35” featuring American rappers Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion.

The song, which is now the biggest charting song ascribed to three or more female solo singers, reached a new peak at number two thanks to the remix.

Hot 100 since Christina Aguilera, Mía, Pink, and Lil’ Kim’s “Lady Marmalade” in 2001. Positions was published on February 19, 2021, and the deluxe edition contained five additional tracks in addition to the remix. As the third single from the album, “POV”

was released to radio stations in March. Grande became the first artist to have three songs simultaneously in the top ten for pop airplay when the song reached the top ten at mainstream radio and peaked at number 27 on the Hot 100.

With 2.6 billion listeners, Grande was crowned the most played artist on iHeartRadio’s stations in 2021. Them Changes,” which Grande had already written about.

Another remix of Mariah Carey’s 2010 Christmas song “Oh Santa!” included Jennifer Hudson and Grande. The song was released in 2020 and debuted on December 4 as a part of Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special.

On December 21, 2020, Grande officially made available on Netflix the concert film for her Sweetener World Tour, Excuse Me, I Love You.

The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” remix included Grande in April. The remix became the sixth number one hit for both artists on both lists as it peaked at number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian Hot 100.

She became the only artist, along with Paul McCartney, to have three number-one duets on the Hot 100. The remix reached the top 10 tracks with the most weeks on the list after 69 weeks.

According to the Billboard year-end Hot 100 chart for 2021, it was the second best-performing song of the year.

Together, Grande and The Weeknd gave a performance of “Save Your Tears” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in 2021.

On February 24, 2023, a remix featuring Grande of The Weeknd’s 2016 single “Die for You” was made available following several months of interest and virality. This remix was their fourth joint project.

The remix became the seventh number one hit for both singers when it peaked at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 issue on March 11, 2023.

As per the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), the music in question sold the fourth most copies worldwide in 2023.

The song “I Don’t Do Drugs” from Doja Cat’s third studio album Planet Her featured Grande in June.

At the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, Grande was nominated for Album of the Year for her work as lyricist and featured performer on the song.

Received the nomination. Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Meryl Streep costarred with Grande in Adam McKay’s film Don’t Look Up, which was released in December 2021.

It shattered the record for the most week of views in Netflix history with over 152 million hours of streams in a single week. On December 3, 2021,

Grande and rapper Kid Cudi released their collaborative song “Just Look Up” in support of the movie. As a cast member, Grande was nominated for Best Song and Best Acting Ensemble at the 27th Critics’ Choice Awards.

In addition, she was nominated for an Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The tenth anniversary edition of Grande’s debut studio album, Your True Meaning, was re-released on August 25, 2023. Grande and Jennifer Hudson unexpectedly showed up to perform

“Oh Santa” on December 9, 2023. Remix of Maria Kerry’s whole Madison Square Garden event, including her Christmas performance! Travel.

2024: unending sunshine and evil

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It was revealed in November 2021 that Grande would portray Glinda in the soon-to-be two-part film adaptation of the musical Wicked, which John M.

Chu is the director, while Sythia Erivo will portray the role of Alma Ababa. The evil, the first installment, is scheduled for publication on November 27, 2024. On March 10, 2024,

Grande and Erivo both attended the 96th Academy Awards, where they gave performances for the best original score and best original song.

The lead track, “Yes, and?” from Grande’s seventh studio album, the internal Sunshine, was revealed on January 17, 2024. was made available on January 12,

2024, along with a music video, and the billboard hot made their debut more than 100. For two weeks, the song is number one on the Billboard Global 200 and Global Exclide American charts.

February 16th, “Yes, and?” The Maria Kerry remix that was part of the Anant Sunshine deluxe edition was made available. The record “We Can’tt Be Friends (Wet for Your Love)” and the album were both released on March 8.

Billboard 200 and Hot 100 were the starting places for both albums and its second solo. Additionally, it was Grande’s first time to top the Billboard Hot 100 Song 

Grande made a musical guest appearance on Saturday night’s episode of Live on March 9, 2024, to promote the album. He sang “Live for the First Time” and “Emperfact for You” along with “We Cantt by Friends (Wet for Your Love).” Ant Dhoop.

Grande’s Met Gala performance took place on May 6, 2024. He began Disney’s 1959 songbook with a rendition of Once Upon a Dream, which was originally composed for the movie Sleeping Beauty.

This was done to align with the Sleeping Beauty: Rewing exhibition at the Anna Winter Costume Center Fashion of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Grande performs songs from a number of his albums, such as We Can Not Friends (Wet Your Love), AAP, 7 Rings,

The Boy Is Mine, and Yes. When you believe in musical style, she took the stage to sing alongside her evil co-star Erivo to round off her performance.

Pop and R&B with elements of EDM, hip hop, and trap, Grande’s music later became a main feature on their Christmas and relaxing extended games.

His collaboration with record producer Tommy Brown has allowed him to incorporate a rapid trap sound into his songs while yet keeping a pop and R&B vibe. He stated that

one of the things I like the most about working with Tommy is that he never does this to me.

He has worked with Brown in this manner on every record. ” Produce your own voice because it’s getting “love 

on the hands” with each project, adding that she learned how to use Pro Tools, the digital audio workstation, from rapper Mac Miller. Associate Justin Treatter said that he was motivated by

Grande’s approach to songwriting, narrative, engineering, and being true to his own style. Many subjects, including self-love, letting go of the past, freedom, empowerment, sex, money, breakups, and love.

Grand’s debut album Eur received recognition for reimagining the R&B hit “Vibe and Feel of the 90s” in collaboration with producer and lyricist Babyfes. His subsequent albums,

Nes EDM and Electropop Shails and My Everything Found With his third album Dangerras Woman, Grande broadened the pop and R&B sound.

The Los Angeles Times commended the album for fusing elements of dance-pop (“okay”), guitar-trap fusion (“sometimes”), and Reege-Pop (“Side to Side”).

Sweeteners, thank you, U, Next, its fourth and fifth studio albums included a heavier depiction of the trap-pap.

“And” gripped the sound of a hard-cut Southern Hip-Hop on “Trape, Savage Baisline and Drum programming nervous flocks,” according to Rolling Stone’s Ellius Leet.

“On sweetener, the discovery of foul smell music with subjects of love and prosperity,” added Leet.

Craig Jenkins of Vulture expressed gratitude to U, Next, Breakup, Empowerment, and Self-Prem tracks for inspiring him to take on R&B endeavors in trap and hip hop.

The posts about sex and romance from his sixth album further emphasized the R&B and trap-pop sounds of their two predecessors.


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Grande identified Whitney Houston (right) and Maria Kerry (left) as the song’s primary voice impacts.

Grande grew up mostly listening to 1990s and urban mainstream music. She said Gloria Estefan inspired Estefan to become a musician after Estefan, then eight years old, saw Grande perform on a cruise ship.

Acclaimed. Their main vocal effects are Maria Kerry and Whitney Houston: “I adore Maria Kerry. I genuinely think she’s the best person in the globe.

Naturally, as Whitney as well. Madonna, Covenan Dyon, and Destiny’s Child were other major influences on Grande. Thoughts on his early years.

Grande acknowledged Madonna as the source of “Pav and every other female artist,” and she acknowledged that she was “obsessed with his entire discography.

Grande lauded Emojen Heip Ke’s “complex” song and Brandi’s “incredibly at the point” in his appreciation of India’s “music,” saying “I think everything is going to recover.

Accolades for the song’s arrangement In addition, Kagrande highlighted Judy Garland for “her ability to tell” as a childhood inspiration and when she sings. Sawan Kotecha, a music producer and Grande’s colleague,

claimed that Lawrin Hill had an impact on him and Grande as they were creating the lead single “No Tiers Left to Cry”

from their fourth album. “We were listening to Laurin Hill about cord change and why we stick to four cords all the time,” Kotecha said to the variety.

Grande gave the rappers’ unorthodox approach to music release tremendous acclaim. “My aim has always been, like, to exclude music in the sense that a wrapper,” he said to Billboard.

“Obviously, I’m not a rapper. I believe that certain standards apply to pop women. For guys who are held for men, it is held. referred to as “Ariana Grande” less than a “drake trick”.

Grande’s vocal range is defined as Soprano, with four octaves and a whistle note. Critics linked Grande’s intricate vocal range and melodies to that of Maria Kerry with your true release.

According to Billboard’s Julian Escobedo Shepherd, Kerry and Grande both possess the “ability to let their voices speak… It’s not that there are no parallels. A woman is not direct.

Mark Savez of BBC News called Grande “one of pop music’s most intricate and gifted vocalists” and praised his “unmatched vocal control.

Grande’s voice “can be silky, breath or cutting, can swoop through long melissmas or exclude short R&B phrases; it is always gentle and air, Never forced,” according to John Parel of The New York Times.

Robert Jason Jason Robert is mentioned in a 2016 article. Your public persona enables you to overcome any barriers and objections.

During his early career, Grande cited Audrey Hepburn as a key stylistic inspiration; nevertheless, he eventually regarded Hepburn’s look “a little boring”.

She also served as an inspiration to other actresses of the 1950s and 60s, like Merlin Munro, Nancy Sinatra, and N-Margrate.

When compared to modern musicians who were raised in the spotlight, Grande’s modest appearance early in his career was called “age appropriate.

2014 saw Jim Farber of the Daily News of New York write that Grande was more concerned with “how she sings, goes ahead in comparison to how little she wears or how graphically she sings.

Wear high-knee shoes for attending red carpet events and live performances. He frequently started donning bunny ears and cats, and eventually adopted Grande’s fashion sense.

Famous celebrities and social media influencers frequently imitate Grande’s style. Grande’s hair was so damaged that she had to wear an extension after years of reddishing it for her role as Cat Valentine on Nicelodian.

MTV News’s Anne T. Donhue claimed that people had paid more attention to his “iconic” high ponytails than to their wardrobe choices.

In 2014, Grand called out fans and reporters for what he perceived to be labor, although he dismissed the stories as a “strange, wrong illustration”.

According to Rolling Stone: “Divas can be cried by some, but

“Some may scream ‘diva,’ but Grande is also taking a stand by not letting others control her image,” stated Rolling Stone. Grande caused a stir in July 2015 when she was caught on camera at a doughnut store.

The shop’s display of donuts said, “I detest Americans.” I detest the United States of America. “This is abhorrent,” she said, gesturing to a tray of doughnuts.

After retracting his remarks, he said he was “extremely proud to be an American” and that the topic of his remarks was obesity in the country. Later on, he said, “bad behavior.”

The Muppets made fun of the situation. When hosting Saturday Night Live in 2016, Grande made light of the incident by joking, “A lot of kid stars do drugs, or go to jail, or get pregnant, or get caught licking a donut they didn’t pay for.

She said in 2020 that she had temporarily ceased doing interviews due to concern that her remarks would be misunderstood and that she would be branded a “diva

Grande’s wax figure at Bangkok’s Madame Tussauds

Grande has one of the largest social media followings of any celebrity on the internet. One of the most subscribed musicians on YouTube as of January 2024,

she has over 53 million subscribers to her YouTube account; their music videos have amassed over 25 billion views, with eight of them surpassing one billion views;

With over 95 million Spotify followers, she is the second most followed artist overall and the fourth most followed overall. Most followed woman: Her now-defunct Twitter account had over 80 million followers,

ranking it seventh at the time; She had over 42 million followers on her Facebook page and over 34 million followers on her TikTok account.

She has over 380 million followers on Instagram, making her the sixth most followed individual and third most followed woman.

ll Wax statues of Grande, who is frequently hailed as a pop icon and triple threat, can be seen in New Orlando, Amsterdam, and Madame Tussauds wax museums can be found in major cities all over the world,

including Orlando and Amsterdam. Bangkok, Sydney, Hollywood, Hong Kong, Berlin, London, Vienna, and Blackpool. llleffect.

Grande in the year 2017

Grande during her tour with Dangerous Woman

Grande was listed as one of Time’s 100 most important people in the world in both 2016 and 2019.

Grande made the most noticeable change “from a simple woman to an independent female artist” out of all the major pop performers of the previous 20 years, according to a 2017

article by Celia Almeida of the Miami New Times. She was dubbed “the first pop diva of the streaming generation” by Bloomberg in 2018

Due to her “emerging with music that furthered her artistry as it conveyed hope, joy, and the magic of a powerful voice,”

Grande was also listed among Pitchfork’s “The 200 Most Important Artists of the First 25 Years of Pitchfork” list.”Claimed the Trifecta” .

In Rolling Stone’s 2021 edition of their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, their song “Thank U, Next” was featured. Grande was listed by the magazine as one of the 200 best singers of all time in 2023.

Recording artists such as Madison Beer, Sufjan Stevens, Melanie Martinez, Meghan Trainor, Troye Sivan, Billie Eilish, and BTS’s Jungkook have all mentioned Grande as an inspiration.

Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, Lana Del Rey, and Zara Lar Bryson Tiller Grace Van der Waals Tate McRae, Espa’s Gisele, Charlie Puth, Maggie Lindman, and Briana Yde.

During the week of February 23, “I’m Bored” and “Thank U, Next” reached their respective peak positions of number one, two, and three.

2019 saw Grande become the first solo performer since the Beatles in 1964 to hold the top three positions on the Billboard Hot 100.

With 307 million on-demand audio streams from her album Thank U, Next, Grande broke the record for the most streaming week for a pop album by a female artist.

Along with Beyoncé, Grande is the third female singer with the most number one debuts on the Hot 100, having entered the chart with four singles.

The musician, who has since split from Taylor Swift, was also ranked as the sixth-best female artist on the magazine’s

Decade-End Top Artist chart for 2010 and as the Billboard Year-End Top Female Artist for both 2017 and 2019.

On the magazine’s list of the greatest Hot 100 musicians of all time, the artist was ranked 78th overall, twelfth overall.

Giving and taking action

When Grande was 10 years old, she co-founded the kids singing group Kids Who Care in South Florida.

The group performed at fundraisers for charities and raised more over $500,000 in only one year.

She and her brother Frankie performed for and instructed young people in music and dance in Gugulethu, South Africa, in 2009 as members of the nonprofit Broadway in South Africa.

She was highlighted alongside Kat Graham and Bridgit Mendler in Seventeen magazine’s “Delete Digital Drama” public campaign, which was launched in 2013 to combat cyberbullying

That year, she saw the movie Blackfish and advised people not to support SeaWorld. Grande sang her song “My Everything” during the charitable Stand Up to Cancer television event in September 2014

in remembrance of her grandfather, who passed away from cancer the previous July. In addition to encouraging pet adoption at her concerts, Grande has adopted multiple rescue canines as pets.

She collaborated with MAC Cosmetics to introduce a line of lip colors called “Ariana Grande’s MAC Viva Glam” in 2016, with all proceeds going to support HIV and AIDS patients.

During Cyrus’ “Backyard Sessions” in 2015, Miley Cyrus and Grande sang the song “Don’t Dream It’s Over” by Crowded House to raise money for Cyrus’ Happy Hippie Foundation, which assists LGBT and homeless youngsters.

Later that year, as part of New York City’s LGBT Pride Week, Grande was the featured performer at Dance On the Pier.

Grande, a feminist, attacked the misogyny and double standard in the press’s emphasis on female singers’ relationships and sex life

rather than “their value as an individual” in a well-received, “empowering” essay that she posted on Twitter.She said that, in contrast to her previous relationships, she had “

more to talk about” in regards to her achievements and music. In order to raise money for Malawian orphans, Grande teamed up with Madonna that year.

She also recorded “Better Days” with Victoria Monét to promote the Black Lives Matter movement.

Grande staged the One Love Manchester concert in 2017 to raise money for the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing.

She also re-released “One Last Time” and her live rendition of “Over the Rainbow” as charity singles.It was claimed that $23 million (more than £17 million) had been raised in total, and she was commended for her “grace and strength”

in organizing the benefit event.  Returning to the stage was a true act of bravery and resilience,” according to MTV’s Madeline Roth. The performance was named the 2017 No.

1 concert of the year by New York magazine’s Vulture section, while Mitchell Harrison of Billboard dubbed Grande a “gay icon” for her “support for the LGBTQ community” and LGBT-friendly songs and performances.

Grande took part in A Concert for Charlottesville in September 2017, which raised money for the victims of the Charlottesville, Virginia, white nationalist protest that occurred in August 2017.

She took part in the March for Our Lives in March 2018 in support of gun control legislation.

ygyThe first gig of Grande’s Sweetener World Tour took place in Atlanta, and she decided to give the revenues to Planned Parenthood in reaction to many states, including Georgia, passing anti-abortion laws.

Grande provided financial support to several of her fans during the COVID-19 outbreak, giving them gifts ranging from $500 to $1,000 apiece.

Along with her support for Project 100, a COVID-19 fund, Grande also declared that all net proceeds from her collaboration with Justin Bieber on “Stuck With U”

would go toward the First Responders Children’s Foundation, which will use the money to provide grants and scholarships for kids of frontline workers who are working during the pandemic.

That month, Grande participated in a demonstration against George Floyd’s death in Los Angeles, calling for justice and getting supporters to sign petitions denouncing the use of force by the police.

She drew attention to white privilege and urged more offline activism. I’m The next month, she urged her Instagram followers in Los Angeles to support a Black-owned coffee shop by praising it.

In previous years, Grande has surprised youngsters who have spent the holiday at children’s hospitals in the UK and Los

Angeles with gifts from wish lists at various hospitals, including the Royal Manchester youngsters’s Hospital and the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital.

Grande gave about 1,000 gifts to patients in the children’s wards and neonatal intensive care sections of the hospital network in 2021, according to the Manchester Foundation Trust Charity.Enterprises and undertakings

Goods and recommendations

She collaborated with to release a limited-edition handbag in November 2015.

commercial and industrial

Goods and Partnerships

She and Coach collaborated to release a limited-edition handbag in November 2015. She collaborated with MAC Cosmetics to develop a beauty line in January 2016,

with all sales going to the MAC AIDS Fund. Grande and Lipsy London introduced a fashion line in February 2016.

Later that year, she worked with Brookstone to create a line of cat ear headphones based on Wenqing Yan’s concept art.

Grande and Square Enix worked together in 2017 to develop a character for the mobile game Final Fantasy Brave Exvius that was modeled like them. worked together with.

As a part of the Dangerous Woman Tour, Grande had an orchestral remix of her song “Touch It” available as an unlocked character for a short period of time.

Dangerous Ariana is a magical support character that employs music-based assaults. She started serving as a Reebok brand ambassador in September 2017.

They collaborated with American Express on The Sweetener Sessions in August 2018, then in 2019 they went on the Sweetener World Tour with T-Mobile.

They and Starbucks collaborated to introduce the Cloud Macchiato beverage in March 2019. Grande was named the face of Givenchy’s autumn/winter 2019 campaign in May 2019.

Launched in July, the campaign produced a media impact value of $25.13 million. Grande has included merchandise from Beats, Samsung, Fiat, Reebok, and Guess in her music videos.

She has starred in ads for her own fragrances as well as those for T-Mobile, Apple, and Macy’s. Grande has been among the top 10

earners on Instagram since 2019. Grande will receive $1.6 million for each sponsored Instagram post in 2023.


With Lux Brands, Grande has created thirteen fragrances. In 2015, she debuted Aerie by Ariana Grande, her debut fragrance. Following its success, in 2016

she released Sweet Like Candy, her third fragrance. Moonlight, their fifth scent, debuted in 2017. It was followed by Cloud (2018), R.E.M. (2020), Thank U, Next (2019), and God Is a Woman (2021)

which was later developed into a body care brand. The pair of scent collections, Mod Vanilla and Mod Blush, were subsequently released (2022). The limited edition Frankie (2016), Sweet Like Candy Limited Edition (2017)

Cloud Intense (both 2021), Thank You, Next 2.0, and Cloud Pink (2023) are also part of the range. The scents have received multiple FiFi Awards, the most recent being the R.E.M. with. 2021.

According to reports from 2022, Cloud was Ulta’s best-selling fragrance, selling one bottle every eleven minutes. Grande’s fragrance line receives 4.4 million

annual searches on Google and social media, making it the most sought-after celebrity offering.

The brand has generated $1 billion in retail sales worldwide since its launch in 2015.

R.E.M. beauty

Article focus: R.E.M. beauty

Grande’s beauty brand, R.E.M. Beauty, was introduced in November 2021 and is available at Ulta Beauty through March 2022.

Twelve essential products for the lips and eyes made up the initial range; since then, more skin care and makeup items have been added. According to a Forbes article from 2022

Ulta’s gross margins were increased by several companies, including R.E.M. Beauty, as a result of high customer demand. The label took home the Allure Best of Beauty Awards’ “Best New Brand” title in May.

The brand would debut in 81 Sephora stores and 13 online platforms, including locations throughout Europe, it was revealed in February 2023. personal life

Grande has acknowledged that she has experienced hypoglycemia, which she attributes to eating poorly. Since 2013, he’s followed a vegetarian diet.

When she collaborated with Starbucks to develop a limited edition of one of her favorite drinks, which turned out to include eggs, fans questioned in 2019 if she was truly vegan.

Although Grande follows a vegan diet, her nutritionist Harley Pasternak told the magazine Glamor that he has helped her “feel good about indulging and celebrating sometimes.

Following the Manchester Arena bombing, Grande had anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

As a result of his nervousness, he nearly withdrew from the 2018 A Very Wicked Halloween broadcast

In addition, Grande said that she had been in treatment for more than ten years, having initially visited a mental health specialist soon after her parents’ divorce.

Although Grande was raised Roman Catholic, she left the church in 2013 to protest the church’s position on homosexuality and to claim that her half-brother Frankie is gay.

Benedict XVI was the pope at the time. After visiting the Kabbalah Center, Grande revealed that she and Frankie “really connected with it.”

Break Your Heart Right Back” is only one of her many songs that promote LGBT rights and have a sex-positive message. “supporter of”


Grande dated actor Graham Phillips from 2008 to 2011 while they were both members of the cast of the Broadway musical 13.

Later, from August 2012 to July 2013, Grande was involved in an on-again, off-again relationship with Australian YouTuber Jai Brooks.

The two continued their romance from May to August 2014. She dated rapper Big Sean from October 2014 to April 2015 after dating English singer Nathan Sykes from August to December 2013.

The two started dating in 2016 after working together on the song “The Way” in 2012. Grande appeared on the tune “My Favorite Part” from Miller’s 2016 album The Divine Feminine.

The couple broke up in May 2018, and Grande started dating comedian Pete Davidson. After a few weeks of dating, they became engaged in June, and one of the songs on Grande’s 2018

album Sweetener was titled after and inspired by Davidson. Miller overdosed on drugs in September of that year, and Grande posted on social media to convey her sadness, calling him her

dearest friend.” The following month, she and Davidson called it quits on their engagement and split up.

In January 2020, Grande started dating real estate agent Dalton Gomez. Although they remained primarily quiet, their romance came to light in May 2020 when her and Justin Bieber’s charity track

Stuck with You” released a music video. After dating for 11 months, Grande announced their engagement on December 20, 2020. They tied the knot in a private ceremony at their Montecito, California, home on May 15, 2021.

With over 25 million likes, their wedding images rose to the top of the most popular Instagram posts. The couple cited “irreconcilable differences” in their September divorce filing after splitting up on February 20, 2023.

In October 2023, Grande and Gomez reached a divorce settlement that was formalized in March 2024. With no children, no major legal problems during

the divorce, and a prenuptial agreement, the couple’s divorce proceeded smoothly through the legal system, taking only six months to reach the point when the judge’s decree was implemented.

needed to wait. As per their agreement, Grande was mandated to give Gomez half of the proceeds from the sale of her Los Angeles property, $25,000 for her legal

bills, and a lump sum payment of $1.25 million with no future alimony. Make a full payment.Cinematography

primary article Videography of Ariana Grande

2016’s Hairspray Live!

Keep Looking Down (2021)

The 2024 film Wicked

Part 2 of Wicked (2025)


The two main articles are the list of songs from Ariana Grande’s studio album and her discography.

Regards, Yours Truly (2013)

My Whole Life (2014)

(2016) Dangerous Woman

2018 Sweetener

Thank You; Posts for Next Year (2019–2020)

Sunshine Eternal (2024)

Live events and travel

Main article: Ariana Grande’s live stage acting appearances

Production Year Role Director Location Notes Bibliography.

2008–13 Charlotte Jeremy Sams Chester’s Norma Terris Theatre

2008–2009 Original Broadway’s Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in Manhattan Ensemble

2012: Snow White’s Christmas Carol Bonnie Lithgow The primary event of Pasadena Playhouse Tours

Hearing Session (2013)

The 2015 Honeymoon Tour

Trip with Dangerous Women (2017)

Sweetener Session (2018), the opening act of the promotional Sweetener World Tour (2019)

The Believe Tour by Justin Bieber (2013)

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