After months of struggling with her mental health, Ariana Grande is better than ever, and ready to deliver the most incredible tour.
This girl just seems to keep getting better and better. She’s in the midst of her Sweetener World Tour, decided to stop by Coachella to be youngest headliner the festival’s ever had, and manages to take some time to keep it real with her fans.
After many fans noticed she hadn’t tweeted since late last month, Ari took to Twitter to share some true feelings in typical Ari fashion. After one fan asked, “how’s life on tour tho”, Ariana was short, sweet and to the point, tweeting back, “fine”, with a heart emoji.
She posted a picture from behind-the-scenes of what looks like her Chicago concert, where she was eating a tub of blueberries, and her hair was noticeably not sky-high and slicked back so far it looked like it would give a normal person a migraine.
Ariana Grande is showing her support for the LGBTQ community yet again.
A fan outside a recent Grande concert captured footage of anti-gay protesters outside the venue. On Sunday (June 9), Grande commented on the video, which was posted to Twitter and shows a man holding up a rainbow flag with the word "pride" crossed out.
In the clip, a female engages with the protester and points out that June is Pride Month, to which he responds, "God wants you to repent."
Last night, Ariana Grande made her Sweetener World Tour stop in Pittsburgh. The show was a particularly emotional one for her, as Mac Miller was born and raised there, so the concert served as an impromptu tribute to her late ex-boyfriend.
People who went to the concert tweeted about it from start to finish, and they said the Mac tribute vibe started as soon as they got there. Before Ari took the stage, they were playing only his music in the stadium.
“At the Ariana Grande concert in pburgh and Mac’s album is playing throughout the stadium before the show <33,” one concertgoer tweeted. “At Ariana Grande’s concert in Pittsburgh and she’s playing Mac Miller before the show and I honestly might cry. Pittsburgh misses you, Mac,” another wrote.