Before saying "thank u, next" to being 26, Grande shared a series of Instagram photos, including a selfie of her cuddling up to Dalton Gomez.
Many celebs have joined the crowds protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd.
Hollywood is voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement amid ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.
She went on to say she can’t wait to vote him out in the November election, adding, “Maybe you’ll see the results from your baby bunker.”
Cole Sprouse, Tessa Thompson, Timothee Chalamet, Halsey, and more celebrities joined the nationwide protests this weekend following the killing of George Floyd by a white police officer.
"Oh, we are thirsty indeed," Ariana Grande joking says in the clip, responding to Lady Gaga
Gaga was actually once “ashamed” to pursue a friendship with Grande, because she feared she'd be a bad influence on her younger peer.
"Not a day goes by that this doesn’t affect you and all of us still. I will be thinking of you all week and weekend," Ariana Grande said
Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber are making us feel a little better about staying home with their new charity single “Stuck With U,” which is out today.
The gaffe created such a kerfuffle that "Jeopardy!" and Janet Jackson were trending topics on Twitter.
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
UPDATE: Approximately 12 hours after it first appeared online, Donald Glover's new, apparently untitled 12-track album was removed from the website that hosted it. No further information was available at the time of this article's publication, but it seems likely that the album will be released at some point in the future. Our original article […]
Pete Davidson blames ex Ariana Grande for the fact that photographers follow him now. "It's all her fault," the "SNL" star said on "Hot Ones."
Pete Davidson joked it's "fair game" to go after Ariana Grande since she got "Thank U, Next."
Detroit rapper Eminem's new album, "Music to Be Murdered By" arrived Friday -- with a new video sure to ignite controversy in its call for gun reform.
The rapper’s eleventh studio album, "Music To Be Murdered By," was released Friday as well as the video for the track “Darkness,” which calls for an overhaul of U.S. gun laws.
Ariana Grande was sued on Thursday by a hip-hop artist who claims she ripped off the chorus of his song for her hit "7 Rings." Josh Stone, who performs as DOT, wrote and recorded "You Need I Got It" in 2017. He alleges that he took the song to music industry executives, including producer Tommy […]
Ariana Grande will perform at the 2020 Grammy Awards, the singer announced today on her social media accounts. While there has been no official confirmation yet from the Grammys, sources tell Variety that several performers will be making the announcements themselves before the Grammys’ traditional, multi-artist announcements are made. Billie Eilish kicked off the tactic […]