Monday, 19 November, 2018

'Oh my god': Ariana stumbles, cries during Ellen Show performance

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Adrian Cunningham | 09 November, 2018, 12:35

Ariana Grande has shared an emotional message about dealing with a series of hardships following the Manchester Arena attack a year ago, her failed engagement with ex Pete Davidson, and the death of her former boyfriend Mac Miller.

The "Sweetner" singer took the stage on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week in her first appearance since breaking off her engagement with "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson and the sudden death of her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, from a drug overdose.

Inspired by her favorite movie The First Wives Club, the pop superstar was joined by the song's co-writers, Victoria Monét and Tayla Parx.

Grande appeared to have tears in her eyes elsewhere during the performance of what may well be her most personal song to date.

At one point, she climbed on top of a chair and almost fell on her way down. She even took the time to learn some rather tight choreography - which is what caused the near-disaster - with her backing singers.

In a statement Billboard's vice president of content Ross Scarano said: "Ariana Grande is a star on her own terms, never bending to any particular musical trend or path in the industry". Holding hands with my mama.

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She powered through the hard moment, ending her live performance with a big smile.

Many fans think the release was a pre-emptive strike as she prepared for whatever Davidson might say on the first "SNL" back on the air since their highly-publicized breakup.

"I thought we were supposed to exit", She laughed.

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"We were supposed to come down?" the singer asked.