The "7 Rings" singer shared a few pictures of Senator from Vermont and herself posing and embracing backstage on Twitter. The move solidifies their relationship as she seemingly will be lending her support for the 2020 candidate.
"MY GUY. thank you Senator Sanders for coming to my show, making my whole night and for all that you stand for ! @headcountorg and i are doing our best to make you proud. we’ve already registered 20k+ young voters at my shows alone. also i will never smile this hard again promise," Grande tweeted along with two pictures.
Bernie Returns The Favor
The presidential hopeful returned the favor and tweeted about their meeting.
"I want to thank @ArianaGrande for not only being a wonderful entertainer, but also for being such an outstanding advocate for social justice. We must all be prepared – like Ariana has shown – to fight for everyone who is struggling. It was great to meet her in Atlanta last night.
Grande mentioned that she working to make Sanders "proud" by working with HeadCount, an organization that works with musical artists to encourage their fans to register to vote and participate in Democracy. She did a little humble brag and announced that they have already registered over 20,000 young voters.
We're sure Bernie wants to get all of those 20k+ votes when election time comes around but he probably really likes her music too.
Bernie and Ariana Tweet Each Other
Despite being 78-years-old, the Senator is very social media savvy (or his staff is). He recently had a funny exchange with the singer by commenting on her tweet.
It all started when Grande tweeted out a "Friday Mood" post to promote her collaboration with Lizzo for the remix of the song, "Good As Hell."
Ari tweeted, "baby how u feelin," and expected everyone to reply by saying, "good as hell" like Lizzo did.
But the Vermont Senator did not follow suit and replied by writing, "Ready to fight for Medicare for All."
That shocked Grande and she quote tweeted his response and said, "screaming."
He's Got Clout With Rappers
Even though Bernie is reportedly a little behind in the polls, he is picking up public support from rappers as well. In July, Cardi B admitted she was "sad" that "we let him down in 2016" and told her millions of fans that he legit cares.
"I been reading about Bernie Sanders and I’m really sad how we let him down in 2016 This man been fighting for equal rights,HUMAN rights for such along time.Seeing this country become a better place been really his passion for a long time not a new front for a campaign," the rapper wrote.
Sanders could not have been happier and replied, "Thank you @iamcardib! Our fight for justice is far from over and we are not giving up."