Ariana Grande is turning over a new leaf. Grande posted a new photo on Instagram on Sunday showing off some delicate new ink: a branch of leaves splayed across the left side of her ribcage. Under the photo, Grande wrote, “post run thrus, 3 am with @girlknewyork :) not a cover up just evolvin.
The singer skipped the Grammys this year, but that didn't keep her from rocking a custom gown meant for the occasion.
Grande seems to have fixed her "BBQ Grill" tattoo, but due to the placement of the new characters it now translates to something else.
Ariana Grande was announced as a headliner for the annual Coachella festival, making her the fourth female artist to ever headline, and the youngest.
All throughout 2018, Ariana Grande used tattoos as a way to deal with the love and heartbreak the year threw at her. There were the matching couple tattoos she got with her fiancé, Pete Davidson. Then came the cover-up tattoos after the breakup, and the tattoos she designed in memory of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, who passed away this fall.
When it comes to singing, no one can belt it out like Ariana Grande — but that’s not all that she's known for. Her style also hits all the right notes and turns heads wherever she goes.
Inspired by the holiday movie “It's a Wonderful Life,” the show's "It's a Wonderful Trump" cold open imagined a world where Donald Trump never scored the keys to the Oval Office. Meanwhile, all eyes were scanning the studio for any sign of Pete Davidson, who had posted a troubling note on his since-deleted Instagram account earlier in the day.
It's bad for the kids when a parent gets into a Twitter spat with a pop star.
"SNL" star Pete Davidson helped break the stigma surrounding borderline personality disorder. Ali Mattu, a clinical psychologist, states the facts about BPD.
Months after rapper Mac Miller died of a drug overdose, his friend says he could have helped prevent Miller's death.
Just weeks after calling off her engagement, the queen of pop is out with a new song about her exes.