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Pop Star Ariana Grande

Updated on July 2, 2015
Ariana Grande playing the role of Charolette in the Broadway Show called '13' in 2008
Ariana Grande playing the role of Charolette in the Broadway Show called '13' in 2008 | Source

How It all Started

When it all began as a child, Ariana or Ari as she is called was born in 1993 in Boca Raton, FL. While growing up Ariana often took as many roles as she could take to get on stage, when 2008 hit Ariana got the role of Charolotte in a broadway show called '13'. That role lead her to accomplish getting an award from the National Youth Theatre Association. After two years of continuing to rise, she got a small role in a show on TV called The Battery's Down in 2009, shortly, a year after she got to play the role of Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon TV show named Victorious.

Ariana Grande Photoshoot for Sam and Cat
Ariana Grande Photoshoot for Sam and Cat | Source

"Hi! I'm Cat Valentine!"

Leading on her role as Cat Valentine on the kids TV show Victorious, Ariana kept with her perky character, she died her hair red overly to match with the character of Cat and she embraced her sweetness to the public. Her character of Cat in victorious plays a really sweet, sensitive, funny, random, and often a very silly confused peson. Some different lines in different episodes of Victorious are : "One time, I ate a hamburger and then like an hour later I started sneezing. But I don't think it had anything to do with the hamburger." , "I wanna be a unicorn." , and "Look! I made my tiger purple!! That doesn't happen in nature!!". Ariana continued with the role as Cat in Victorious for three years from 2010 to 2013 when the show ended. four short months after that they aired a new show called Sam and Cat which had starred Ariana again as Cat Valentine with Jennette McCurdy who played the role of Sam Puckett from an older premired show called iCarly. The show was only out from June 8 of 2013 to July 17 of 2014, the show ended. They planned on a second season until Ariana tweeted out ' I felt it wasn't my place to make any sort of announcement so I kept quiet until now. I want to thank Nickelodeon for making a childhood dream of mine come true, for being a family to me, for being so accommodating and supportive of my multitasking with my music career, and of course introducing me to many of my fans however many years ago. ' After so Ariana stopped with her acting career to keep focusing on her music career.

Rising Singer Ahead!

While Ariana continued working on her music career she often sang covers such as "Give Me Some Lovin'" by The Spencer Davis Group, and "Emotions" by Mariah Carey. Her music career rose more and more as people recognized her singing, soon enough Scooter Braun, also manager of popstar Justin Bieber, became Arianas manager. When March 28 of 2013 hit Ariana released a song from her debut studio album called 'The Way' which had featured Mac Miller rapping in the song. The song was a hit and was played all over on the radio. Soon enough Arianas fame had rose higher. Five months after Ariana had finally released her album called 'Your Truly' on August 30, 2013 through Republic Records. Soon Ari had her own first tour called 'the listening sessions' . Soon after when Ariana was on tour, Scooter interrupted her to let her know the news that her album "Yours Truly" became #1 on the Billboard 200.

Pure Fame With a Great Voice!

Ariana Grande continues to rise as a singer, after realeasing her album 'Yours Truly' with 12 sopngs on it. When the next year comes by Ariana Grande is done by the 22 of August, 2014 with her new album named 'My Everything'. with her leading single on it, called ' Problem ' featuring Iggy Azalea, with 11 other songs on the album Ari releases her album by the 25 of August, 2014. By the time of the first week of it realeasing there was 169,000 copies sold, and debuted #1 in Canada as well as australia!

2015 A3 In Progress!!

Ari is now all over the world famous and known by many people throughout the world! She Is also on tour all around the world, Ariana once tweeted out in 2012 ' I hope someday I can do a big tour and go to a bunch of different countries and sing my own songs and see all of my fans in person like Katy', It turns our Ariana achieved that goal! She has her own tour named 'Honeymoon Tour', she travels all over to different countries and has a meet and greet with her fans! It's all going successfully for this young, classy, and beautiful lady! While Ariana still works on her third album or what she called 'A3', Ariana Direct Messaged an arianator back on twitter letting her know that 'moonlight' is confirmed to be both her album name and a song o the album. Ariana also expressed her obsession with 'moonlight' as she posted out an instagram photo showing her tattoo of an outline of a moon with no caption! She also has tweeted out many hints about her album and has already recently let out a snippet of her song on a snapchat video! She also posted an instagram photo leaking a lyric to one of her songs for her new album, she posted a selfie and captioned it with the lyrics "Sweet like candy but he's such a man."She deleted it shortly after and reposted the selfie and captioned it ' soooo......did y'all know when I posted this originally that the caption was lyrics orrrrr #ofcourseyoudid #loveyou #moresoon #maybe #wellsee' So Ariana will continue with working on her album that she will hopefully realease soon!!

Ariana's Moonlight Tattoo

Ariana's tattoo of an outlined moon.
Ariana's tattoo of an outlined moon. | Source

Ariana Grande Enjoying Her Time on Stage During Her Show on Tour!

Ariana Grande Struts Her Stuff on Stage and Has Fun During Her Honeymoon Tour Show
Ariana Grande Struts Her Stuff on Stage and Has Fun During Her Honeymoon Tour Show | Source

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