The popular singer Ariana Grande, who starred in the TV series “Victory,” wore a cute double-tailed mask and a stone-decorated mask and posted her selfie on Instagram.
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Her own Ariana has released her new fragrance “REM” produced by her and has released her comment “Hello” to Star Star.
SELPHY is currently being announced, wearing a shiny face mask adorned with silver jewels. White eyeliner is drawn around her eyes, as seen in the music video in collaboration with Lady Gaga on the blockbuster song “Rain On Me”.
In addition, there is a mirror self showing a cute pigtail with a blonde tip on her hair. In a black sports bra and gray leggings, her back posture and peace sign showed tightness. The title also includes a raining emoji reminiscent of “Rain on Me”.
▲ From Ariana Grande’s Instagram (arianagrande)
▲From Ariana Grande Instagram (arianagrande)
Ariana will participate in the 2020 MTV Music Video Awards, which is one of the largest music awards in the United States, and will determine the best music video and singer of the year on August 30, local time. Lady Gaga will release “Rain on Me” for the first time. At the awards ceremony, Ariana and Gaga were nominated in up to nine categories.
After appearing on Broadway “13” at the age of 15, he became a regular performer in the musical “Victoria” (2010-2013) and became popular. His first album “Your Truly” appeared on the American Albums Chart for the first time with its overwhelming singing ability and won the Best New Singer Award at the 2013 American Music Awards.
The latest album “thanks, next” released in February 2019 caused a huge sensation all over the world, and this song is ranked first to third in the US charts. As an actress, she has appeared in the TV series “iCarly” (2011), “Sam & Cat” (2013-2014), and “Scream Queens” (2015).
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