Ariana Grande named 2018 Billboard Woman of the Year

Ariana Grande named 2018 Billboard Woman of the Year

Ariana Grande named 2018 Billboard Woman of the Year

On Wednesday, she tweeted about how the song lyrics to "no tears left to cry" are technically inaccurate in light of her breakup.

Billboard on Tuesday named the 25-year-old award-winning singer its 2018 Woman of the Year. They performed in front of white tables topped with flowers and a wedding cake, just like the movie's final scene in which the ladies sing, "You Don't Own Me".

As she was stepping down off the chair, Grande stumbled for a moment, looking as if she may take a spill in the white heeled boots she was wearing.

Adding fuel to the fire, the biography of Zandhr on Spotify appeared in the upside down font which Ariana Grande has used on her most recent album campaign.

And for all those who insist everyone lip syncs these kinds of performances, Grande's laughter a couple of times puts that to rest. This September, her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, died of an accidental overdose caused by mixing drugs and alcohol.

Grande will supposedly be releasing a new album soon.

The tracks include Cadillac and Champagne, thought to be versions of Ariana's previously unreleased songs.

So half an hour before the latest episode of SNL started, Grande put her new single out into the world, and it nearly immediately became a meme to rival "me voting in 2016 vs.me voting today".

She helped organise the One Love Manchester concert past year, raising more than $23 million for victims of the Manchester bombing.

Then one month later, she called off her engagement to comedian Pete Davidson and even kicked him out of their lavish New York City home.

"I thought we were supposed to exit", Grande says, apologizing for the mishap.

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