As an internet writer (that’s how I start every sentence), I know that accidentally enraging or titillating a rabid group of Zayn Malik or Ariana Grande fans is surprisingly easy to do—just write something vaguely, maybe unintentionally rude about their patron saint. Monday’s competition was about activating a group…
Ariana Grande, one of the few artists I’d trust to cover a Whitney Houston song other than myself at karaoke, sounded expectedly effortless covering a pair of the late singer’s classics on Greatest Hits.
For Ariana Grande’s “Into You” lyric video, which we needed because apparently no one can understand her consonants, the 23-year-old singer basically stood in a room akin to a bathroom stall and sang that shit a cappella to prove these vowel-freaks wrong. She sounds GREAT.
Hairspray Live isn’t airing until December 7, but little talent breadcrumbs keep getting dropped to lead us through the entertainment famine of August. There are so many characters in Hairspray, so these announcements will make for tasty morsels for the rest of fall and summer. Yum!
According to one incredibly detailed summary in the cache of hacked DNC emails, the White House vetoed a performance by Ariana Grande because she was caught on camera licking a bunch of donuts.
In this hyperconnected celebrity age, every snapchat becomes a news story, and starting a feud is as easy as tweeting a single snake emoji. Comments and clarifications don’t need to be sought out by journalists or fed through publicists, they can be delivered instantly to millions immediately after being written out…
Every artist with an Instagram account has expressed an opinion—with various degrees of sensitivity—on the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and the five police officers killed in Dallas last week. Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét, however, decided to take a slightly different tack: They wrote a song.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chris Evans looks back, Chance the Rapper is the greatest and Ariana Grande is excited.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ariana Grande is coming down with something, Abbi Jacobson wonders about My Best Friend’s Wedding, and the always exceptional looking Jax Taylor has some unsolicited grooming advice for women.
Ariana Grande’s new album, Dangerous Woman, is a real ice cream cone’s worth of dance pop, an assemblage of summer jams that showcase her formidable voice and ability to stretch it between powerful diva and breathy coquette. One theme this album continues from her last is her desire for agency, which she takes, and…
After filming with Naomi Judd for the upcoming U.S. adaptation of the Australian cooking competition My Kitchen Rules, Ray J has accused the country musician of referring to grits as “slave food.” Sources from the show, however, deny that she said it.
Ariana Grande, who recently reconfirmed that she is in fact a baby, revealed a harrowing near death experience during a recent appearance on a U.K. talkshow.
Dangerous baby Ariana Grande is trying super hard to be a sexy infant in the video for “Dangerous Woman.”
Perhaps you’ve been suckered into thinking that Ariana Grande is “22 years old” despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Well, GUESS WHAT, PAWNS. You’re dangerously, dangerously wrong.
Ariana Grande just released an a capella video of her single “Dangerous Woman,” and it’s really beautiful. You won’t notice that, however, because she’s wearing a gigantic pleather bunny mask that makes the entire performance seem like a very extended and subtle satire, which I am almost positive it is not!
Let’s all guess how much Tidal, a streaming service which I, like many Americans, forget exists until Kanye tweets about it, paid off the writers at Saturday Night Live to create a sketch that namedrops them a bunch while a famous performer sings in the background. Just kidding. (Mostly.)
Saturday Night Live decided to pay an homage to feminism in song by not actually writing a song about feminism—and the anti-anthem ended up being a glorious primer on the intricacies of intersectional feminism anyway.
Ariana Grande was one of the first artists to show public support after Kesha was denied the opportunity to break from her recording contract with her alleged abuser Dr. Luke. Ariana talked more about the industry double standards in a recent interview.
Baby Grande dropped her new single with a fetish-y cover photo—that latex bunny mask is half Ghost World, half gimp suit—and it’s her most sexual song since “Get On Your Knees,” a tale about a saucy bad boy that could have been on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack.