From the beginning of the year, Ariana Grande has shown to everyone that she is not baking down from the limelight anytime soon. She has had the most successful and productive year and we are expecting more from her next year. To round off the year in a grand style, Grande decided to go on a world tour which was supposed to be a swell time for the singer. Unfortunately, she came down with bad health, and things went awry from there.
The 100-stop world tour was supposed to mark the end of the singer's great run, after releasing two amazing albums, but things did not go the way she planned. According to the singer, dealing with painful personal problems got in the way of her tour, and it put her health at risk too. Although these events were happening during the tour, Grande went against all odds to finish it and everyone, especially her manager, Scooter Brawn was proud of her.
When the tour finally wrapped up in Los Angeles on Sunday night, Brawn shared a heart warming post on Instagram, showing him and Grande, and he applauded her for her strength and agility. Grande returned the favor by expressing her profound gratitude for everything that he has done for her and for staying by her side during the tour. She also went on to say that she was grateful to him for staying by her side when she had emotional mental breakdowns.
When fans saw this reply from Ariana Grande, they quickly speculated that the singer was referring to the bad experiences she had some months ago. Grande lost her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller to drug overdose at the age of 26, and this experience really put her in a bad place. However, she moved on with Pete Davidson, but after their engagement, things went bad between the couple. Aside from these two events, the singer has experienced a major tragic event that led her to pay tribute during a show.
The "Thank You, Next" singer talked about having mental and post-traumatic stress disorder a few weeks after a suicide bomber brought 22 people to their deaths in England, two years ago. She also revealed that she had tried to deal with the problem, but there were still little traces here and there.
Now that the world tour is over, Ariana Grande can focus on getting the best out of the Christmas holiday and look forward to the amazing things that will happen next year.
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