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American singer Ariana Grande became famous in 2011 thanks to her appearance in the TV series “Victorious”. She released her first studio album, Yours Truly, in 2013. Back in 2019, during one of the Sweetener World Tour shows, Ariana broke down on stage while performing her 2018 release REM Later. Through an Instagram post, she informed her fans that she is still recovering.
When Ariana Grande posted about her emotional moment on stage
In a now-deleted post, the 7 Rings singer admitted she was going through a lot and thanked her followers for respecting her humanity. She told her fans that her life has been wild and she is very grateful for the sea of love that surrounded her.
Ariana Grande wrote in the caption: “I’m grateful for the opportunity to sing in front of thousands of people every night. It’s a dream. No matter how hard it is.” The pop culture icon wrote about her personal struggles and past experiences and thanked her fans: “I lean on gratitude and promise not to give up on what I started.”
She also mentioned that she felt everything very strongly and took it upon herself to go on this tour at a time in her life when she was still going through a lot. The actress explained how she cried a lot at times and thanked the fandom for being so accepting of her humanity.
Ariana Grande motivated the Arianators by expressing her sincere wishes in the caption.
The songwriter also supported the people who adored her, saying she wanted them to know that they can get through it and are not alone if they are hurting too. “It’s hard to balance caring for the people around you, doing your job and healing/taking care of yourself at the same time… but I want you to know that you are not alone and I think you are doing great, love you,” she added.
However, people still don’t know why the singer deleted the emotional post.
On the work front, Grande released her latest song, Honeymoon Avenue, a month ago. She is all set to appear in the movie Wicked Part 1 along with Ethan Slater which will be released in 2024.
Meanwhile, in the past few months, Grande has made headlines for her divorce from Dalton Gomez. The couple married in 2020 and separated in 2023.