Ariana Grande Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Ariana Grande Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

An American singer, songwriter, and actress by the name of Ariana Grande-Butera was born on June 26, 1993. She has garnered praise from reviewers and the media for her four-octave vocal range and distinctive use of the whistle register. Her personal life as well as her songs have received a lot of media coverage. Over the course of her career, Grande has won numerous awards, including 30 Guinness World Records, two Grammy Awards, one Brit Award, one Bambi Award, two Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and nine MTV Video Music Awards.

At the age of 15, Grande made her music debut in the 2008 Broadway production of 13. She became well-known for her role as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon television shows Sam & Cat (2013–2014) and Victorious (2010–2013). In 2011, Grande earned a record deal with Republic Records after the label's executives watched YouTube videos of her singing cover songs. Her debut album, Yours Truly (2013), which features pop and R&B with 1950s doo-wop influences, peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200, while the album's lead single, "The Way," peaked in the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100. On the record, Grande's voice and whistling register immediately brought Mariah Carey to mind.

In her second and third studio albums, My Everything (2014) and Dangerous Woman (2016), she continued to experiment with pop and R&B. The singles "Problem," "Break Free," and "Bang Bang" from My Everything's EDM experimentation saw widespread popularity while Dangerous Woman became her first of four straight number-one albums in the UK. Her trap-infused fourth and fifth studio albums, Sweetener (2018) and Thank U, Next (2019), which were both critically acclaimed and financially successful, were driven by personal challenges. Thank U, Next shattered the record for the biggest pop album streaming week and was nominated for Album of the Year, while Sweetener took up the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album. Grande became the first solo artist to occupy the top three positions on the Hot 100 at once, as well as the first woman to succeed herself at the top of the UK Singles Chart, thanks to the singles "Thank U, Next," "7 Rings," and "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored." Her 2020 duets "Stuck with U" with Justin Bieber and "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga, the latter of which won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, assisted her in breaking the record for the most number-one debuts on the Hot 100. With her sixth studio album, Positions (2020), which both the album and its title track debuted at number one in the UK and the US, Grande expanded the trap genre. Her sixth and seventh US number-one songs came from her work with The Weeknd on the remixes of "Save Your Tears" and "Die For You."

Grande, who is frequently referred to as a triple threat performer and pop icon, is one of the best-selling musicians in the world. Her studio albums have all received platinum or higher certification, and she has sold over 90 million records worldwide. She holds several records on the Billboard chart, including being the first artist to debut five singles at number one, the first and only solo artist to chart three singles at number one in a single year, the only artist to debut the lead single from each of her studio albums in the top ten, and the only artist to debut their first five number one singles at the top spot. The most streamed female artist of all time, the most followed female artist on Spotify, the most subscribed female solo artist on YouTube, and the most streamed female musician on Apple Music and Spotify (2010s decade). On Spotify and Vevo, respectively, nine of Grande's tracks and seven of her music videos have amassed 1 billion streams and views. She has more than one billion tracks on the previous platform than any other female artist. Grande has appeared in the Forbes Celebrity 100 (2019–2020) and Time's annual list of the 100 most important people in the world (2016–2019). The best pop star of 2019 and the most successful female artist to make a debut in the 2010s, Grande was awarded Woman of the Year (2018) by Billboard. She was also included in Rolling Stone's list of the 200 greatest singers of all time in 2023. In addition to her musical endeavors, she has volunteered for numerous humanitarian causes and promoted causes such as animal rights, mental health, and gender, racial, and LGBT equality. Grande has a sizable online fan base; as of 2023, she had more than 350 million followers on Instagram, making her the platform's most popular female user. Additionally, Grande has dabbled in the fashion and beauty sectors. Through 2022, sales of her fragrance line, which was introduced in 2015, will surpass $1 billion.

Early Years

In Boca Raton, Florida, on June 26, 1993, Ariana Grande-Butera was conceived. She is the daughter of Boca Raton-based graphic designer Edward Butera and Joan Grande, the Brooklyn-born CEO of Hose-McCann Communications, a manufacturer of communications and safety equipment held by the Grande family since 1964. Grande, who is of Italian ancestry, has Sicilian and Abruzzese roots and identifies as an Italian American. Her family moved from New York to Florida before she was born, and her parents split up when she was eight or nine years old. She has an older half-brother named Frankie Grande who works as an entertainer and producer. Ariana and Marjorie Grande, her maternal grandma, get along well.

She was inadvertently struck by wayward hockey pucks on both wrists twice in 1998 while her parents were season ticket holders for the Florida Panthers, both times resulting in minor bruises. She also became the first child to ever ride a Zamboni in the brand-new arena during the first intermission of the Panthers' first regular-season game at National Car Rental Center on October 9, 1998. This second occurrence was made possible by her parents' $200 winning bid at an auction. It took place during the first half of the game. The South Florida SunSentinel ran a picture of her on the Zamboni the following day. On January 16, 2002, during the Panthers' home game against the Chicago Blackhawks, she performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the age of eight.

With the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theater, Grande made her stage debut as the lead in the musical Annie when she was a young child. She also participated in their productions of Beauty and the Beast and The Wizard of Oz. She had her stage debut at the age of eight and has since performed with the South Florida Philharmonic, Florida Sunshine Pops, and Symphonic Orchestras, among other orchestras. She was enrolled at Pine Crest School at the time, and then transferred to North Broward Preparatory.


2008–2012: Starting a career and Nickelodeon

Despite still focusing on theater, Grande took her desire to pursue a music career seriously by the age of 13. "I was like, 'I want to make an R&B album,' They were like, 'Um, that's a helluva goal! Who is going to buy a 14-year-old's R&B album?!'" Grande recalled when she first arrived in Los Angeles, California to meet with her managers. Grande left North Broward Preparatory School when she joined the musical, but she remained enrolled; the school provided her materials to study with tutors. She also performed several times at the jazz club Birdland in New York City.

Together with her 13 co-star Elizabeth Gillies, Grande was chosen for the Nickelodeon television series Victorious in 2009. She portrayed the "adorably dimwitted" Cat Valentine in the sitcom, which was based at a performing arts high school. For the part, she had to colour her hair red every other week, which severely damaged it. With 5.7 million viewers during the premiere in March 2010, the show had Nickelodeon's second-largest live-action series audience. Her character was compared to "Brittany Murphy's performance as the hapless Tai in Clueless" and described as being "very impressionable and easily swayed" but "generally sweet"; however, Grande was more interested in a music career, saying that acting is "fun, but music has always been first and foremost with me."

Grande decided to concentrate on her music career once the first season of Victorious ended, so in August 2010 she started writing the songs for her debut album. She started training with voice trainer Eric Vetro to expand her vocal range. The highest-rated episode of the second season debuted in April 2011 to 6.2 million viewers. In May 2011, Grande played Greyson Chance's ex-girlfriend in the music video for the song "Unfriend You" from his album Hold On 'til the Night (2011). In August 2011, she debuted as a musician on the Victorious soundtrack's "Give It Up" tune. Grande recorded herself performing renditions of songs by Adele, Whitney Houston, and Mariah Carey when she was filming Victorious and posted the audio to YouTube. One of the movies was discovered by a close friend of Republic Records CEO Monte Lipman. He emailed the links to Lipman after being moved by her singing, who offered her a recording contract. In November 2011, Grande provided the voice for Snowflake, the White Gorilla, an animated film in Spanish. She provided the fairy Princess Diaspro's voice in the Nickelodeon relaunch of Winx Club from 2011 to 2013.

"Put Your Hearts Up," Grande's debut single, was recorded for a prospective teen-oriented pop album but was never released. It was released in December 2011. She later rejected the song for having a bubblegum pop vibe, claiming that she had no desire to create that kind of music. Later, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awarded the song a Gold certification. She contributed vocals for the song "5 Fingaz to the Face" as a member of the show's cast on a second soundtrack, Victorious 2.0, which was released on June 5, 2012, as an extended play. The duet "L.A. Boyz" by Grande and Victoria Justice was included on the third and final album, Victorious 3.0, which was published on November 6, 2012. Shortly after, a music video for the song was also made available. Together with British singer-songwriter Mika, Grande worked on the single version of "Popular Song" in December 2012.

Victorious ran for four seasons before being canceled. The season finale aired in February 2013. In the pantomime-style musical theater piece A Snow White Christmas at the Pasadena Playhouse, Grande played Snow White alongside Charlene Tilton and Neil Patrick Harris. She portrayed Amanda Benson in Swindle, a 2013 Nickelodeon movie based on the same-named children's novel. Sam & Cat, an iCarly and Victorious spin-off starring Jennette McCurdy and Grande, was developed by Nickelodeon in the meanwhile. On the buddy sitcom, which paired the characters as roommates who start an after-school babysitting business, Grande and McCurdy reprised their roles as Cat Valentine and Sam Puckett, respectively. On June 8, 2013, the network broadcast the pilot, and the show was quickly picked up. The following month, Nickelodeon doubled their initial 20-episode order for Sam & Cat's first season to 40 episodes. Even though the series performed well in the ratings, it was cancelled after 35 episodes. On July 17, 2014, the final episode aired.

Yours Truly and My Everything from 2013 to 2015

Over the course of three years, Grande created her first studio album, Yours Truly, which was originally called Daydreamin'. With 138,000 copies sold in its first week after release on August 30, 2013, it debuted at the top of the US Billboard 200 albums list. Other nations where Yours Truly made its debut in the top ten included Australia, the UK, Ireland, and the Netherlands. On the US Billboard Hot 100, its lead single, "The Way," featuring Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller, debuted at number ten and eventually peaked at number nine for two weeks. Minder Music later filed a lawsuit against Grande for allegedly stealing the lyrics "What we gotta do right here is go back, back in time" from The Jimmy Castor Bunch's 1972 song "Troglodyte (Cave Man)". "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 respectively peaked at numbers 21 and 84.

Nathan Sykes of The Wanted and Grande collaborated on the song "Almost Is Never Enough," which was made available as a promotional single in August 2013. Additionally, she performed three gigs with Justin Bieber on his Believe Tour and launched her own headline mini-tour, The Listening Sessions. On their annual list of the most well-liked musicians under the age of 21, Billboard magazine ranked Grande at number four on their list of "Music's Hottest Minors 2013" the following month. She was named New Artist of the Year at the 2013 American Music Awards. In December 2013, she issued the four-song Christmas EP titled "Christmas Kisses." The Music Business Association honored Grande with the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award for her accomplishments in 2013. With the help of singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder, music producers Benny Blanco and Max Martin, and Ryan Tedder, Grande started work on the recording of her second studio album in January 2014. In the same month, she won the 2014 People's Choice Award for Favorite Breakout Artist. Grande sang at the "Women of Soul: In Performance at the White House" performance in March 2014. The White House Easter Egg Roll event took place the following month, and President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama once more invited Grande to perform there.

On August 25, 2014, Grande released her second studio album, My Everything, which debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. Iggy Azalea, an Australian rapper, is featured on the album's lead track, "Problem," which made its debut on April 26 at the Radio Disney Music Awards. The song debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Ariana Grande's first number one hit in the country. It debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, ultimately moving up to number two. The second song from the album, "Break Free," which features German singer and producer Zedd, reached its highest position in the US charts at number four. She opened the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards with the song, and "Problem" went on to win Best Pop Video. The lead song from Jessie J's album Sweet Talker, "Bang Bang," which featured guest vocals from Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, debuted at number one in the UK and at number three in the US. Grande joined Adele as the only female lead artist with three top ten hits simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 with the tracks "Problem," "Break Free," and "Bang Bang."

On September 27, 2014, Grande performed musically as Chris Pratt served as the show's host. The Weeknd, a Canadian recording artist, appeared on the third single from My Everything, "Love Me Harder," which was released the same month and reached its peak at number seven in the US. She had the most top ten singles of any artist in 2014 with this one, becoming her fourth. A Christmas song titled "Santa Tell Me" was released as a single from the reissue of Grande's first Christmas EP, Christmas Kisses (2014), the same month that Grande was featured in Major Lazer's song "All My Love" from the soundtrack album for the movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014). The single was selected by Billboard as one of the best Christmas songs ever. She made an appearance on the song "Get On Your Knees" from Nicki Minaj's third album, The Pinkprint, the following month. Later, she released "One Last Time," the album's fifth and last single, which reached its US peak at number 13.

With shows in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America, Grande launched The Honeymoon Tour, her first ever international concert tour, in February 2015 to support My Everything. The song "Adore" by Cashmere Cat, which was released in March 2015, included Grande. She entered into an exclusive publication agreement with the Universal Music publication Group in the spring that covered her whole discography. The Fox Broadcasting Company reality TV series Knock Knock Live (2015), for which Grande also shot an episode, was canceled before it could air. From September to November 2015, she appeared as Sonya Herfmann/Chanel#2 in a number of episodes of the Fox comedy-horror series Scream Queens. She collaborated with Italian singer Andrea Bocelli on the duet "E Più Ti Penso," which served as the album's lead single when it was released in October 2015. She also recorded a cover of the song "Zero to Hero," which was taken from the animated movie Hercules (1997), for the compilation album We Love Disney (2015). In December 2015, Grande also made available her second holiday EP, Christmas & Chill.

Dangerous Woman from 2015 to 2017

For her third studio album, Dangerous Woman, which was originally titled Moonlight, Grande started writing songs in 2015. She initially planned to release "Focus" as the album's lead single in October of that year, and the song debuted at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The following month, American artist Who Is Fancy debuted "Boys Like You," a collaboration with Meghan Trainor. She was a part of the remix for the song "Over and Over Again" from Nathan Sykes' debut studio album as a solo artist, which was released in January 2016. In the comedy Zoolander 2 with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, Grande made a brief cameo. From the retitled album of the same name, Grande debuted "Dangerous Woman" as the lead single in March 2016. The lead single from each of the artist's first three albums debuted in the top ten when the song debuted at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100. The same month, Grande made an appearance on Saturday Night Live as host and musical guest. There, she sang "Dangerous Woman" and made her promotional single "Be Alright" debut. This song peaked at number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100. Positive reviews for Grande's debut on the program included compliments on her impersonation of several singers, some of whom she had previously performed on The Tonight Show. The "best host of the season" according to an Entertainment Weekly online poll was Grande. The second single from the album, "Into You," which reached number 13 in the US, and the duet with Christina Aguilera on "Dangerous Woman" were performed by Grande on The Voice season 10 finale in May 2016. She returned to the program in March 2021 as a coach for the twenty-first season of The Voice. Grande earned an estimated $25 million each season, making her the highest-paid coach in the program's history. For the twenty-second season of the program, Grande opted out.

On May 20, 2016, Grande released Dangerous Woman, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. In addition, it debuted at number one in a number of other markets, including Australia, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, and the UK, and at number two in Japan. The album was described as "a mature, confident record" by Mark Savage in a BBC News article. In June, Grande gave three of the album's songs a live performance at the Summertime Ball in London's Wembley Stadium. The third single from the album, "Side to Side," which featured Nicki Minaj, was made available in August. It was Grande's eighth top-ten Hot 100 entry and peaked at number four. Dangerous Woman received two Grammy nominations: the title tune for Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album.

In August 2016, Grande opened the second annual Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival and gave a nearly hour-long set of her own songs as the opening act. She also paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston on the season finale of the ABC television show Greatest Hits. Apart from music, Grande also performed in the NBC television production Hairspray Live! and recorded a T-Mobile commercial that debuted in October 2016.that was broadcast in December 2016. The same month, Grande and Stevie Wonder performed their duet "Faith" from the 2016 animated film Sing on the season finale of the US competition TV series The Voice. At the 74th Golden Globes, "Faith" was up for Best Original Song. Grande took part in the 2016 Jingle Ball Tour at the end of the year. The 2017 live-action version of Disney's 1991 animated classic Beauty and the Beast has a title track by Grande. In February 2017, the song was made available as a duet with American artist John Legend. In order to promote the associated album, Grande started her third concert tour, the Dangerous Woman Tour, in the same month. From his album Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, Calvin Harris released the song "Heatstroke" on March 31. Grande, Young Thug, and Pharrell Williams all appeared in song No. 1. The sixth track, "Quit," from Norwegian DJ Cashmere Cat's debut album 9, featuring Grande, was released on April 27, 2017.

A suicide bomber targeted her performance at Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017, detonating a homemade device full of shrapnel as attendees were exiting the venue. The Manchester Arena bombing resulted in 22 fatalities and hundreds of injuries. The remaining dates of Grande's tour were postponed, and on June 4, she performed One Love Manchester, a televised benefit performance that helped generate $23 million for the benefit of the bombing victims and their families. Along with Grande, Liam Gallagher, Robbie Williams, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and other artists performed at the concert. The Manchester City Council made Grande the city's first honorary citizen in appreciation of her work. The tour finished in September 2017 and began again on June 7 in Paris. With American comedian Seth MacFarlane, Grande participated in an episode of Apple Music Carpool Karaoke in August 2017. She received the "Female Artist of the Year" title from Billboard magazine in December 2017.

Sweetener and Thank You, Next for 2018–2019

In 2016, Grande and Pharrell Williams started writing songs for her upcoming fourth studio album, Sweetener, but "the events in Manchester gave a hard reset to the project's expectations." With the release of "No Tears Left to Cry" as the lead single from Sweetener in April 2018, Grande became the first artist to have the first single from each of her first four albums debut in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number three. She was a part of Nicki Minaj's fourth studio album Queen's second single, "Bed," which was released in June 2018. She appeared on Troye Sivan's track "Dance to This" off his sophomore album Bloom that same month. The second song, "God Is a Woman," became Ariana Grande's ninth top ten single in the US and reached its Hot 100 peak at position eight. When it was released in August 2018, Sweetener debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 and was well-received by reviewers. She simultaneously placed nine tracks from the album, as well as a joint effort, on the Hot 100, making her the fourth female artist to do so. Between August 20 and September 4, 2018, Grande performed four concerts dubbed The Sweetener Sessions in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and London to support the album. In October 2018, Grande sang "The Wizard and I" from the musical Wicked as part of the NBC special A Very Wicked Halloween. Ariana Grande at the BBC, a one-hour special featuring interviews and performances, aired on the BBC the following month.

The single "Thank U, Next" and the title of Grande's upcoming fifth studio album were both published in November 2018. The song spent seven non-consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, marking Ariana Grande's first number-one single in the country. The song's music video broke records for most-watched music video on YouTube within 24 hours of release and fastest Vevo video to earn 100 million views on YouTube, both of which were later eclipsed by other artists. Since then, it has been certified five times platinum in the United States. Before being exceeded by her own song "7 Rings" (roughly 15 million streams), it was the fastest song (11 days) to reach 100 million streams on Spotify and the most streamed song by a female artist in a 24-hour period. Later that month, Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries, a four-part docuseries she produced with YouTube, was released. It covers Grande's professional life during the tour and the creation of Sweetener, and it includes behind-the-scenes and concert footage from her Dangerous Woman Tour, including clips from the One Love Manchester concert. It began airing on November 29, 2018. She was named Billboard's Woman of the Year by the end of the year and rose to the position of most streamed female artist on Spotify. Grande became the youngest and just the fourth female artist to ever headline Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival when it was revealed in January 2019 that she will. April 12–14 and April 19–21 were the dates. In addition to Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj, NSYNC, P. Diddy, and Nicki Minaj joined Ariana Grande onstage. The reviews for her performance were positive.

"7 Rings," the second single from Grande's album Thank U, Next, was released on January 18, 2019, and it debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of February 2. This made it Grande's second single in a row to reach that position (as well as her second overall). Grande became the sixth artist overall after Justin Bieber and Drake, and the third female singer with multiple number-one debuts after Mariah Carey (3) and Britney Spears (2). Several streaming and music business records were broken by the song. It became one of the best-selling singles globally and Grande's most popular song on the charts after spending eight non-consecutive weeks at the top. On February 8, 2019, the album Thank U, Next was released to positive reviews and debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. With 307 million on-demand streams, it set a new record for the biggest streaming week for a pop album and a female album in the US.

With "7 Rings" at number one, "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" debuting at number two, and "Thank U, Next" rising to number three, Grande became the first solo artist since the Beatles in 1964 to hold the top three positions on the Billboard Hot 100. She was also the second artist overall to do so. Grande became the second female solo artist in the UK to simultaneously hold the top two positions and the first musician to replace herself at the top spot twice in a row. After a dispute with producers over a potential performance at the awards show, it was announced in February 2019 that Grande wouldn't attend the Grammys. Grande ultimately won her first Grammy for Sweetener's Best Pop Vocal Album. Grande received the Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist in the same month. To support Sweetener and Thank U, Next, she also started her third headline tour, the Sweetener World Tour, which got underway on March 18, 2019. At the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, Grande was nominated for 9 prizes, including Top Artist. On May 1, 2019, she would be honored with two awards: Top Female Artist and Billboard Chart Achievement. A pre-recorded performance by Grande from her Sweetener World Tour was played at the event.

A collaboration with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey titled "Don't Call Me Angel" was made as the album's lead single on September 13, 2019, according to an announcement made by Grande in June 2019 that she co-executive produced the Charlie's Angels soundtrack. Later, it was put forward for the 24th Satellite Awards' Best Original Song category. She and the pop group Social House released the song "Boyfriend" in August 2019. Normani's first solo single, "Motivation," was released on August 16, 2019, and it was co-written by Grande. At the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, Grande took home three prizes, including the Artist of the Year honor. In total, she received 12 nominations, including Video of the Year for "Thank U, Next." The American singer and rapper Lizzo's song "Good as Hell" remix, which was made available on October 25, 2019, features Grande. By year's end, NME had called Grande one of the key musicians of the decade, while Billboard had dubbed her the most accomplished female artist to make a debut in the 2010s. Additionally, she rose to the position of most streamed female artist of the previous ten years on Spotify. Additionally, she was listed as the highest-paid solo musician in 2019 by Billboard and placed 62nd on Forbes' list of the highest-paid celebrities in 2019.

2020–present: Positions and Wicked

Grande was nominated for many categories at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, including Female Artist of the Year, in January 2020. She had a cameo appearance in the second season of Jim Carrey's American television show Kidding the following month. She made an appearance on the song "Time" from Childish Gambino's fourth studio album, 3.15.20, on March 27, 2020. On May 8, 2020, Grande and Justin Bieber released their joint single, "Stuck with U." The song's sales were given, in part because of the COVID-19 epidemic, to the First Responders Children's Foundation. The song became Grande's third single to reach the top of the charts when it debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Grande is the first artist to have her first three number ones debut at the top, following "Thank U, Next" and "7 Rings," tying Mariah Carey and Drake for the most singles to do so on the Hot 100. The second single from Lady Gaga's sixth studio album Chromatica, "Rain on Me," was also released by Grande and features her duet with the pop star. The song became Grande's fourth number-one single and her third to debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, breaking the previous record for the most number-one debuts on that chart. The song took home the 63rd Annual Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. With $72 million and a ranking of 17 on Forbes' 2020 Celebrity 100 list, Grande became the highest-paid musician in the industry in 2020. She was nominated for nine prizes in the 2020 MTV Video Music prizes for the songs "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga and "Stuck with U" (with Justin Bieber). For the latter, Grande was nominated for Video of the Year for the third time in a row. The song of the year for "Rain on Me" was one of her four prizes.

Positions, Grande's sixth studio album, was made available on October 30, 2020. It debuted atop the Billboard 200, becoming Grande's fifth album to reach that position. On October 23, the lead single with the same name was released. It became Grande's fifth number-one single on the charts, debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, and set multiple records. Grande made history by being the first artist to have five songs that debuted at number one on the Hot 100 and the first to have their first five singles reach that position. After "Stuck with U" and "Rain on Me," "Positions" became Grande's third number-one song in 2020, making her the first artist since Drake to achieve this feat and the first female artist to do so since Rihanna and Katy Perry in 2010. The track "34+35" from the album Positions served as the second single off the album in conjunction with its release. This is Grande's 18th top 10 single, and it debuted at number 8 in the charts. On January 15, 2021, Grande dropped a "34+35" remix with Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion. Since Christina Aguilera, Ma, Pink, and Lil' Kim's "Lady Marmalade" in 2001, the single that can be credited to three or more female soloists has peaked at number two thanks to the remix. The remix was one of the five extra songs on the Positions Deluxe Edition, which was published on February 19, 2021. As the third single from the album, "POV" was released to radio in March. The song debuted at number 27 on the Hot 100 and peaked at number ten on radio, making Grande the first artist to simultaneously have three songs in the top ten of Pop Airplay. With 2.6 billion listeners, Grande was the most-played artist on iHeartRadio stations in 2021.

It was revealed on October 14, 2020, that Ariana Grande would star in Adam McKay's Don't Look Up opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Meryl Streep. On December 24, 2021, the movie went live on the Netflix streaming platform. It surpassed the previous record for the largest week of views in Netflix history with streams totaling more than 152 million hours in a week. On December 3, 2021, Grande and rapper Kid Cudi released the single "Just Look Up" in support of the movie. As a member of the cast, Grande won nominated for Best Song and Best Acting Ensemble at the 27th Critics' Choice Awards. Additionally, she was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards. The song "Them Changes," which Thundercat wrote and that Grande had previously covered, was performed by Thundercat and Grande on November 13, 2020, during the Adult Swim Festival. Mariah Carey's 2010 holiday song "Oh Santa!" was remixed, and it included Grande and Jennifer Hudson. On December 4, 2020, the song was made available as a part of Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special. Excuse Me, I Love You, the concert film for Grande's Sweetener World Tour, was made available only on Netflix on December 21, 2020. 

The Weeknd's "Save Your Tears" remix included Grande in April. The remix became both artists' sixth number-one song when it debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. She and Paul McCartney are the only artists with three Hot 100 number-one duets each. The remix also surpassed 69 weeks on the chart, making it one of the songs with the most weeks overall. In a joint performance, Grande and the Weeknd sang "Save Your Tears" at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in 2021. 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 received a nomination for Album of the Year for her work as a songwriter and featured artist on the song. She made seven live performances their debut later that month on Vevo. From August 6 to August 8, 2021, Grande practically headlined the "Rift Tour" on the video game Fortnite. According to Forbes, Grande will make more than $20 million from product sales alone. Travis Scott's previous record of 11.7 million viewers for his own concert was beaten by the concert's 78 million viewers, which also sparked a rise in streams for the songs she played during her set.

In the planned two-part film adaptation of the musical Wicked, directed by Jon M. Chu and starring Cynthia Erivo as Elphaba, it was revealed in November 2021 that Grande would play Glinda. On Christmas Day 2024, the first installment, Wicked: Part One, is scheduled for release.


Styles and Genres of Music

The majority of Ariana Grande's songs are pop and R&B with hints of trap, EDM, hip hop, and other genres. The latter genre initially stood out on her Christmas & Chill extended play. She has always maintained pop-R&B tones, but as her career has developed, she has added more trap elements to her music thanks to her collaboration with record producer Tommy Brown. Grande revealed that Mac Miller taught her how to use the digital audio workstation Pro Tools, adding that she has worked with Brown on every album to date and that "one of the things I love most about working with Tommy is that none of the beats he plays me ever sound the same." Grande learned how to sound engineer and produce her own vocals because she "loves being hands on" with every project. She has co-written songs addressing a wide range of themes, including love, sex, wealth, breakups, independence, empowerment, self-love, and moving on from the past. Collaborator Justin Tranter said he felt inspired seeing how involved Grande is in creating her music "from the writing to the vision to the storytelling and to even engineering and comping her own vocals."

The R&B "vibe and feel of the 90s" were re-created on Grande's debut album Yours Truly with the assistance of songwriter and producer Babyface, earning it praise. My Everything, her follow-up album, was hailed as an evolution to a new style that explored the electropop and EDM genres. The Los Angeles Times lauded Grande's third album, Dangerous Woman, for incorporating aspects of several genres, such as reggae-pop ("Side to Side"), dance-pop ("Be Alright"), and guitar-trap fusion ("Sometimes"), into the pop and R&B sound. On her fourth and fifth studio albums, Sweetener and Thank U, Next, trap-pop is more prominently featured. Elias Leight of Rolling Stone believes that with Sweetener, Grande "set her sights on conquering trap, savage basslines and jittery swarms of drum programming" and "embraces the sound of hard-bitten Southern hip-hop", exploring funk music with themes of love and prosperity. According to Craig Jenkins of Vulture, Grande shifted her musical idiom on Thank U, Next to trap and hip-hop with hints of R&B and lyrics about breakups, empowerment, and self-love. With lyrics about sex and passion, her sixth album, Positions, continues to explore the R&B and trap-pop style of Sweetener and Thank U, Next.


Urban pop and 1990s music was primarily what Grande listened to growing up. When Gloria Estefan saw and praised Grande's performance on a cruise ship when she was eight years old, Grande credited Estefan with motivating her to pursue a music career. Her biggest vocal influences are Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston: "I love Mariah Carey. She is literally my favorite human being on the planet. And of course Whitney as well. As far as vocal influences go, Whitney and Mariah pretty much cover it." In addition to Carey and Houston, Destiny's Child, Beyoncé, Celine Dion, and Madonna are some of Grande's other major influences. She uses her social media to reflect on her upbringing by posting videos of herself performing songs from Dion's 1997 album Let's Talk About Love. Grande acknowledged being "obsessed with [Madonna's] entire discography" and credited the singer with "paving the way for me and also every other female artist."

Grande commended the "intricate" songwriting of Imogen Heap. With "Over the Rainbow" being one of the first songs she remembers singing because "Wizard Of Oz was always my favorite movie when I was younger," Grande has cited Judy Garland as a formative influence. Music producer and collaborator Savan Kotecha has stated in multiple interviews that he and Grande were influenced by Lauryn Hill, when creating her fourth album Sweetener, as well as the song "No Tears Letting Me Down." Kotecha stated to Variety that "we were listening to Lauryn Hill about chord changes and why we stick to four chords all the time".

In terms of music, Grande enjoys Brandy's songs because "her riffs are incredibly on point" and India.Arie because "music makes me feel like everything is going to be okay" She has also praised rappers who influence the music industry without a planned release date, telling Billboard, "My dream has always been to be—obviously not a rapper, but, like, to put out music in the way that a rapper does.


Grande has a four-octave vocal range, a whistle register, and is a light lyric soprano. Because of Grande's broad vocal range, tone, and musical repertoire following the release of Yours Truly, some commentators compared her to Mariah Carey. Both Carey and Grande have "the talent to let their vocals do the talking," according to Julianne Escobedo Shepherd of Billboard, "but that's not where the similarities end.... Grande is subverting it with cute, comfortable, and on-trend dresses with a feminine slant." Grande responded to the comparisons, saying, "t's a huge compliment, but when you hear my entire album, you'll see that Mariah's sound is much different than mine."

According to Mark Savage of BBC News, Grande is "a magnetic performer with unmatched vocal control" and "one of pop's most intriguing and gifted singers." According to Jon Pareles in The New York Times, Ariana Grande's voice "can be silky, breathy or cutting, swooping through long melismas or jabbing out short R&B phrases; it's always supple and airborne, never forced." Composer and playwright Jason Robert Brown said of Grande in a 2016 Time magazine article: "o matter how much you are underestimated... you are going to open your mouth and that unbelievable sound is going to come out. That

Public Perception

In her early years of success, Grande frequently claimed Audrey Hepburn as a key fashion influence, but as her career advanced, she grew to find Hepburn's look "a little boring." She was also influenced by 1950s and 1960s actresses like Ann-Margret, Nancy Sinatra, and Marilyn Monroe. In contrast to contemporary artists who grew up in the spotlight, Grande was praised for having a "age appropriate" humble appearance early in her career. When Grande changed her look to short skirts and crop tops with knee-high boots for live performances and red carpet appearances in 2014, Jim Farber of the New York Daily News noted that she garnered less attention "for how little she wears or how graphically she moves than for how she sings." She also started donning cat and bunny ears on a daily basis. She started donning hoodies and large jackets in recent years. Celebrities and social media influencers frequently copy Grande's fashion sense. Grande wore extensions as her hair repaired after being dyed red for the part of Cat Valentine for years. The "iconic" high ponytail she sports has drawn more attention than her outfit selections, according to Anne T. Donahue of MTV News.

Despite criticism in 2014 for allegedly rude interactions with media and fans, Grande brushed off the claims as "weird, inaccurate depictions". It's also Grande just taking a stand to not let others control her image, according to Rolling Stone. In July 2015, Grande sparked controversy after being caught on camera in a doughnut shop licking doughnuts that were on display and uttering the words "I hate Americans. I hate America. This is disgusting." in reference to a tray of doughnuts. She later expressed regret, stating that she is "EXTREMELY proud to be an American" and that her remarks were more about obesity in the country. Later, she apologized in a video for "behaving poorly." The Muppets made fun of the incident, and Miley Cyrus included it in her rendition of "My Way" on Saturday Night Live, which was about regrets from the summer of 2015. While hosting Saturday Night Live in 2016, Grande made fun of the incident, joking that "A lot of kid stars end up doing drugs, or in jail, or pregnant, or get caught licking a doughnut they didn't pay for." In 2020, Grande claimed that she avoided interviews for a while out of concern that her words would be misinterpreted and she would be called a "diva."

One of the most well-liked celebrities on social media, Grande enjoys a sizable fan base. She is among the most subscribed solo female artists on YouTube with over 50 million subscribers as of January 2023. Her music videos have received over 23 billion views, with seven of them reaching 1 billion views. She is the second most followed artist and female on Spotify with over 85 million followers. She is in the top five most followed individuals on Instagram with over 350 million followers. In 2019, Grande rose to the position of Instagram's most followed female. Grande was named the #1 female social media influencer in the world by Visual Capitalist in May 2021.

Many wax replicas of Grande, who is frequently regarded as a triple threat performer and pop icon, can be found at Madame Tussauds Wax Museums in significant cities around the world, including New York, Orlando, Amsterdam, Bangkok, Hollywood, and London.


Grande was listed among Time's 100 most influential persons in the world in 2016 and 2019. Of all the biggest pop stars of the last 20 years, Grande made the most convincing transition "from ingénue to an independent female artist," according to Celia Almeida of the Miami New Times in 2017. In 2018, the music publication Hits dubbed her "pop diva supreme" and "reigning pop diva of the times," and Bloomberg dubbed her the "first pop diva of the streaming generation" in 2020.

In addition, Grande was recognized as one of "The 200 Most Important Artists of Pitchfork's First 25 Years" for "emerging with music that pushed her artistry further as it asserted a magical trifecta of hope, joy, and a powerhouse voice" In Rolling Stone's updated list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time published in 2021, her song "Thank U, Next" was included.  The publication listed Grande among the 200 greatest singers of all time in 2023.

Many recording artists have cited Grande as an influence, including Madison Beer, Sufjan Stevens, Melanie Martinez, Meghan Trainor, Troye Sivan, Jungkook from BTS, Maria Becerra, Billie Eilish, Yeri from Red Velvet, Sabrina Carpenter, Danna Paola,Zara Larsson, Melody, Bryson Tiller, Lana Del Rey, Dove Cameron, Michelle Zauner from Japanese Breakfast, Grace Vanderwaal, Breanna Yde, Maggie Lindemann, Charlie Puth, Giselle from Aespa, and Blackpink.


One of the top-selling musicians of all time, Grande has sold between 85 and 90 million records globally throughout the course of her career. The RIAA has awarded platinum or higher certification to each of Ariana Grande's full-length albums, and each of them spent at least a year on the Billboard 200 chart.

Grande is the most streamed female musician and one of the most streamed artists of all time, with 98 billion streams to date. She is also the most streamed female artist on Apple Music and Spotify (2010s decade). Only one of two female musicians on the list, Grande is among the top 10 most streamed artists with over 30 billion streams. She surpassed Rihanna to become the most streamed female artist on Spotify, holding the record for more than two years before she was surpassed. Some of the most streamed music of all time includes her songs and albums. Grande became the first artist to have five albums with four billion streams, the first female artist to achieve one billion streams with nine songs on each album, the first artist to have one and two billion streams with one album, and the first artist to have 3.5 billion streams on three consecutive albums. She is also the most popular female musician on Spotify as of 2023.

Grande has received nine MTV Video Music Awards, two Grammy Awards, one BRIT Award, three MTV Europe Music Awards, and three American Music Awards. She was nominated for 34 Billboard Music Awards and took home two, including Top Female Artist, in 2019. In addition to three People's Choice Awards, Grande has received nine Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, including one in 2014 for Favorite TV Actress for her work on Sam & Cat. She won the Best Newcomer at the Bambi Awards in 2014 as well as the Music Business Association's Breakthrough Artist of the Year Award. She has garnered twelve Teen Choice Awards and six iHeartRadio Music Awards. She was voted the best pop star of 2019 by Billboard, with honorable mentions in 2014 and 2018, as well as the most successful female singer to make her debut in the 2010s. She was also named the Billboard Women in Music's Rising Star in 2014 and Woman of the Year in 2018.  She has 63.5 million total equivalent units certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), making her the sixth highest certified female digital singles artist in the United States. With around 25 million certified units, Grande is also one of the most popular musicians in the UK.

Numerous Hot 100 records have been broken by Grande. Grande has seven songs that have reached the top of the US Billboard Hot 100, with "Die for You" being the most recent. Grande is the first artist to have the lead song from each of her first five studio albums debut in the top ten, and she has a total of fourteen top ten debuts, starting with her breakthrough single "The Way." 2020 saw Grande break the record for the most number one debuts and become the first female artist to reach the top of the Global 200, Global 200 Excl. She also became the first act to have her first five number one singles, "Thank U, Next," "7 Rings," "Stuck With U," "Rain on Me," and "Positions" debut at number one. US and Hot 100 at the same time. Grande would also make history by being the first performer to have three singles chart at number one in the same year. With the release of her fifth studio album, Thank U, Next, she later broke the record for the most concurrently charting songs on the top 40 of the Hot 100 for a female artist when eleven of the twelve tracks peaked there (since surpassed by Billie Eilish). With the three singles from Thank U, Next, "7 Rings," "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored," and "Thank U, Next," Grande became the first solo performer since the Beatles in 1964 to hold the top three positions on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of February 23, 2019. With 307 million on-demand audio streams, Ariana Grande's album Thank U, Next established the record for the biggest streaming week ever for a pop album and a female artist. With four number-one duets in the Hot 100's history, Grande now has more number-one duets than Paul McCartney thanks to "Die For You" with The Weeknd. Grande is now tied with Aretha Franklin for fourth place among female artists with the most Hot 100 entries (73), as of March 2023. She was also voted the sixth-best female artist (and 12th-best overall) on Billboard's Decade-End Top Artists Chart for the 2010s. She was also named the magazine's Year-End Top Female Artist for 2017 and 2019.  She was named 78th on the magazine's list of the Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Artists.

Grande has already beaten 33 Guinness World Records as of 2023. These records included the number of songs to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the number of female artists with the most followers on Spotify, the number of female artists with the most monthly listeners, the number of female artists with the most streams on the Billboard charts, the fastest time for a female artist to have three consecutive UK No. 1 singles, the first female artist to dethrone herself at No. 1 on the UK singles chart, and the first solo artist to dethrone themselves at No. Thanks to the popularity of her album Thank U, Next, which was included in the 2020 Edition, eleven records were broken.

Other ventures

Philanthropy and activism

The South Florida juvenile singing group Kids Who Care, which performed at charity events and raised more than $500,000 in 2007 alone, was co-founded by Grande when she was 10 years old. She and her brother Frankie performed and taught song and dance to kids in Gugulethu, South Africa, in 2009 as part of the nonprofit Broadway in South Africa.

In 2013, she was highlighted alongside Bridgit Mendler and Kat Graham in Seventeen magazine's "Delete Digital Drama" public campaign to stop online bullying. That year, after seeing the movie Blackfish, she asked viewers to quit funding SeaWorld. As part of the Stand Up to Cancer television programme in September 2014, Grande sang "My Everything" in honour of her grandfather, who had passed away from cancer the previous July. In addition to promoting pet adoption at her concerts, Grande has adopted multiple rescue canines as pets. She collaborated with MAC Cosmetics to develop a line of lip colours called "Ariana Grande's MAC Viva Glam" in 2016, with the proceeds going to HIV and AIDS sufferers.

As part of Miley Cyrus' 'Backyard Sessions' in 2015, Grande and Cyrus sang a cover of Crowded House's 'Don't Dream It's Over' to raise money for the Happy Hippie Foundation, which aids homeless and LGBT kids. Later same year, as part of New York City's LGBT Pride Week, Grande served as the event's headlining act at Dance On the Pier. A feminist, Grande criticised the misogyny and double standards in the media's attention on the relationships and sex lives of female musicians instead of "their value as an individual" in a well-received, "empowering" post on Twitter. In contrast to her sexual relationships, she stated that she has "more to talk about" in regards to her music and accomplishments. Kendall Fisher, an E! journalist, referred to her as "a feminist hero" in 2016. In that same year, Grande collaborated with Madonna to record "Better Days" in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and donate proceeds to Malawian orphans. Grande hosted the One Love Manchester concert and re-released "One Last Time" and her live rendition of "Over the Rainbow" from the event as charity singles to benefit the Manchester Arena bombing victims in 2017. She was praised for her "grace and strength" in directing the benefit concert, which raised an estimated $23 million (more than £17 million). The performance, according to MTV's Madeline Roth, "bolstered courage among a desperately in need audience.... Returning to the stage was a true act of bravery and resilience." The event was named the best concert of the year by New York magazine's Vulture section in 2017, while Billboard's Mitchell Harrison dubbed Ariana Grande a "gay icon" for her LGBT-friendly lyrics, performances, and "support for the LGBTQ community". 

The victims of the August 2017 white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, benefited from Grande's performance at A Concert for Charlottesville in September 2017. She joined the March for Our Lives in support of gun control reform in March 2018. In response to the passing of multiple anti-abortion laws in several states, including Georgia, Grande donated the revenues from the first Atlanta performance of her Sweetener World Tour to Planned Parenthood. Grande gave between $500 and $1,000 apiece to a handful of fans as financial support during the COVID-19 outbreak. Grande additionally backed Project 100, a COVID-19 fund that aimed to send $1,000 in digital payments to 100,000 families who had been severely affected by the pandemic. The First Responders Children's Foundation will receive all net revenues from Grande's collaboration with Justin Bieber's song "Stuck With U" in May 2020, and will use those funds to provide grants and scholarships for the kids of frontline personnel who are working throughout the global epidemic. In that same month, Grande participated in a demonstration in Los Angeles against the police shooting death of George Floyd. She called for justice and encouraged supporters to sign petitions denouncing the incident. She raised attention to white privilege and encouraged more offline engagement. She commended a Black-owned coffee shop on Instagram the following month and urged her LA-based followers to patronise the company. This happened soon after Grande stopped following Starbucks, a brand she had previously lauded and worked with, on social media. After the company forbade selling Black Lives Matter clothing, she reportedly withdrew her support. The ban has since been lifted. A Los Angeles-based animal rescue organisation called "Orange Twins Rescue" was established in December 2020 by Grande, her friends and choreographers Scott and Brian Nicholson, and other supporters. In recent years, Grande has given gifts from the UCLA Mattel youngsters's Hospital wish list and the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, among others, to youngsters who spend the holiday at children's hospitals in L.A. and the UK. In 2021, Grande visited children's wards and neonatal intensive care units throughout the hospital network, according to the Manchester Foundation Trust Charity.

Grande and a dozen other celebrities sent an open letter to Congress in June 2021 urging them to support the Equality Act, emphasising how it would safeguard "marginalised communities". Grande collaborated with the internet resource BetterHelp in the same month and gave free $2 million worth of therapy to followers. She established a fund for transgender youth on International Transgender Day of Visibility and promised to match any contributions up to $1.5 million. Grande was one of 160 celebrities and artists who signed the 'Bans Off Our Bodies' full-page ad in The New York Times in May 2022 in support of abortion rights in the US. Grande gave Karen Bass her support in June for the 2022 Los Angeles mayoral race.

Ventures and Business

Products and recommendations

Grande became an equity owner and partner of the bottled water company WAT-AAH! in October 2014. She and Coach collaborated to release a special edition handbag in November 2015. She debuted a makeup line with MAC Cosmetics in January 2016, with all sales going to the MAC AIDS Fund. Grande and Lipsy London debuted a clothing line in February 2016. Later that year, she collaborated with Brookstone to create cat ear headphones using the concept art of Wenqing Yan. In 2017, Grande and Square Enix worked together to develop a character for the mobile game Final Fantasy Brave Exvius based on themselves. Dangerous Ariana, a magical support character with music-based attacks, was a limited-time unlockable character as part of the Dangerous Woman Tour event, which also featured an orchestral version of Grande's song "Touch It." She started working as a Reebok brand ambassador in September 2017. She teamed up with American Express for The Sweetener Sessions in August 2018; this connection persisted with T-Mobile throughout the Sweetener World Tour in 2019. She collaborated with Starbucks to introduce the Cloud Macchiato beverage in March 2019. Grande was revealed to be the face of Givenchy's Fall/Winter 2019 campaign in May 2019. The campaign started in July and produced a media impact value of $25.13 million. Products from Beats, Samsung, Fiat, Reebok, and Guess have appeared in Ariana Grande's music videos. She has starred in advertisements for her own fragrances as well as those for Macy's, T-Mobile, and Apple. Grande has been one of the top 10 paid Instagram users since 2019. Grande will make $1.6 million for each sponsored Instagram post in 2023.


With Luxe Brands, Grande has created thirteen fragrances. 2015 saw the release of Ari by Ariana Grande, her first fragrance. Following its success, she debuted Sweet Like Candy, her third fragrance, in 2016. Moonlight, her fifth scent, was unveiled in 2017 and was followed by Cloud, Thank U, Next, R.E.M., and God Is A Woman, which later became a body care brand. Then, in 2022, she unveiled the pair of fragrances, Mod Vanilla and Mod Blush. The collection also includes the limited editions Cloud Intense (both 2021), Thank U, Next 2.0, and Frankie (both 2016), Sweet Like Candy Limited Edition (both 2017), and Frankie Limited Edition. The scents have won the FiFi Award several times, most recently in 2021 with R.E.M. According to reports, Cloud was Ulta's top-selling perfume in 2022, selling one bottle every eleven minutes. The most popular celebrity product is Grande's fragrance brand, which receives 4.4 million searches annually across Google and social media. The brand has generated $1 billion in retail sales worldwide since its debut in 2015.

Beauty by R.E.M.

R.E.M. Beauty, the cosmetics collection that Grande debuted in November 2021, is sold at Ulta Beauty as of March 2022. There were 12 essential items in the Chapter One: Ultraviolet line, featuring a variety of unique colours for the lips and eyes. Grande unveiled the Chapter Two: Goodnight and Go line for the company in March 2022. The collection included a number of new skincare items, such as an under-eye balm, lash and brow serum, and face mist, in addition to makeup essentials like adaptable cheek and lipstick and extra sets of eyelash extensions. Chapter 4: Out of Body contained a concealer that was offered in 60 different shades, while Chapter 3: On Your Collar contained a variety of lip cosmetics. In 2022, Forbes stated that R.Due to high consumer demand, E.M. Beauty was one of the brands driving Ulta's driving gross margin. The brand took up "Best New Brand" honours at the Allure Best of Beauty Awards in May. It was announced in February 2023 that the brand would debut at 81 Sephora locations and 13 online platforms, including those in Europe.

According to Forbes, after Forma Brands, the parent company of Morphe Cosmetics, went into bankruptcy earlier that month and their licencing deal was terminated, Grande was going to buy the brand's physical assets for an estimated $15 million.

Private life

Diet and health

Grande has acknowledged that she suffered from hypoglycemia, which she blamed to unhealthful eating practises. Since 2013, she has been a vegan. After working with Starbucks to make a special edition of one of her favourite drinks, which was later revealed to include eggs, fans questioned in 2019 whether she was still a vegan. Harley Pasternak, her nutritionist, told the publication Glamour that although Grande is a vegan, she now "feels OK about indulging and celebrating occasionally."

After the bombing at the Manchester Arena, Grande suffered from anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and she almost missed her appearance in the 2018 broadcast of A Very Wicked Halloween because of the latter. Grande has also claimed to have been receiving therapy for more than ten years, beginning with a visit to a psychologist soon after her parents' divorce.


Grande was raised a Roman Catholic but abandoned the faith under Pope Benedict XVI because she disagreed with the church's view on homosexuality and because her half-brother Frankie is gay. She has said that since she was 12 years old, she and Frankie have practised the teachings of the Jewish mysticism known as Kabbalah. The core of their belief, according to her, "lies in the notion that good things will happen to you if you're kind to others," she said. She supports LGBT rights in several of her songs, including "Break Your Heart Right Back." The term "an advocate for a sex-positive attitude" has also been applied to her.

Senator Bernie Sanders' second presidential run received Grande's support in November 2019.

Possessions and Riches

In Lower Manhattan, Grande held a $16 million penthouse. In June 2020, she also paid $13.7 million for a mansion in Hollywood Hills. Grande listed her California home in Montecito, which had experienced a break-in three months before, for sale in September 2022. According to reports, the mansion sold for $9.1 million.

2019 marked the start of Forbes' coverage of Grande's earnings.


In the cast of the Broadway musical 13, Grande first met actor Graham Phillips, with whom she dated until 2011. 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 releasing "The Way" with Mac Miller in 2012. On Miller's album The Divine Feminine (2016), their joint work on the single "My Favourite Part" was released in September 2016. By May 2018, their relationship had terminated. When Miller overdosed on drugs in September of that year, Grande publicly mourned his passing and referred to him as her "dearest friend" on social media.

Pete Davidson, an actor and comedian, and Ariana Grande started dating in May 2018. The following month, they became engaged. In October 2018, they broke off their engagement and separated.

In January 2020, Grande started dating real estate agent Dalton Gomez. Although they kept their relationship mostly to themselves, the music video for her and Justin Bieber's charity single "Stuck With U" made it known. After dating for 11 months, Grande announced their engagement on December 20, 2020. They were married in a private ceremony on May 15, 2021 at her house in Montecito, California, where she wore a specially made Vera Wang gown. With over 25 million likes, her wedding photos quickly rose to the top of the Instagram popularity list.


  • Snowflake, the White Gorilla (2011)
  • Underdogs (2016)
  • Zoolander 2 (2016)
  • Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special (2020)
  • Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You (2020)
  • Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry (2021)
  • Don't Look Up (2021)


Studio albums

  • Yours Truly (2013)
  • My Everything (2014)
  • Dangerous Woman (2016)
  • Sweetener (2018)
  • Thank U, Next (2019)
  • Positions (2020)

Live performances and tours

Stage acting










A Snow White Christmas

Snow White

Pasadena Playhouse



  • The Listening Sessions (2013)
  • The Honeymoon Tour (2015)
  • Dangerous Woman Tour (2017)
  • Sweetener World Tour (2019)


  • The Sweetener Sessions (2018)

Opening act

  • Justin Bieber – Believe Tour (2013)

Quick Bio




29 years old (in 2023)

Date of Birth

June 26, 1993

Full Name

Ariana Grande-Butera


Singer, Songwriter and Actress




Boca Raton, Florida, USA



Zodiac Sign



Diploma holder


Singer, Songwriter and Actress

Net Worth

$50 million

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Body Measurements

32-24-32 Inches


5 Feet 1 Inch (1.55 m)


49 kg (108 lbs)


24 Inches

Hair Color


Eye Color

Dark Brown

Shoe Size

6 (US)

Dress Size

2 (US)

Family & Relatives


Edward Butera


Joan Grande


Frankie Grande

Marital Status


Past Relationships

Graham Phillips
Mac Miller
Pete Davidson

Ariana Grande Favorites


Swimming, Reading

Favorite Food

Sushi, Cocoa Puffs

Favorite Books

Harry Potter series


  • Parent of AriHose McCann Communications, a communications firm, is led by Joan Grande. The website of the business states that the Grande family acquired it in 1964. Girlbosses, a mother-daughter duo, are awesome!
  • When Ariana made the song "E Più Ti Penso" in 2015, she drew inspiration from her Italian heritage. The song, which was included on Andrea Bocelli's album, shot to the top of the Billboard Classical Music charts in 2015!
  • When the vocalist was just 8 or 9 years old in 2002, she gave her first television performance. She sang the National Anthem live during an NHL game in her native Florida.
  • The music singer has showcased her abilities on late-night programmes like "Saturday Night Live" and "Jimmy Fallon." Ariana perfectly captures the vocal timbre of artists like Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, and Shakira.
  • Ariana, who is frequently spotted on Instagram, has 9 fur kids! Their names are Lily, Myron, Snape, Lafayette, Pignoli, Strauss, Toulouse, Coco, Cinnamon, and Toulouse.
  • In her own home, the celebrity recently wed her future husband Dalton Gomes. Ari chose a straightforward yet lovely Vera Wang gown to the modest and private ceremony.

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