This triple-threat talent has quickly risen to the top of the entertainment industry with a strong presence on television, stage and music. Ariana Grande is one of the most in-demand young artists in music today and has millions of fans filling venues across the globe to see her perform.
Before the age of 25, Ariana Grande had already conquered several facets of the entertainment industry. She originally took an interest in theater, and landed a role in the whimsical, coming-of-age musical 13 on Broadway, for which she received acclaim. From there, she got a breakthrough in television when she was cast in Nickelodeon's Victorious, and later starred in its spinoff series Sam and Cat.
By 2013, Grande had become internationally recognized and launched her career further upon the release of her No. 1 debut album Yours Truly. The record was bolstered by the success of Top 40 singles "The Way," "Baby I" and "Right There." Grande's sophomore LP My Everything found similar success and the vocalist had collaborated with top artists like Zedd, Major Lazer, The Weeknd and Iggy Azalea.
Over the course of her career, Ariana Grande has won multiple American Music Awards, People's Choice Awards and iHeartRadio Music Awards among several nominations. In addition to her monumental success in music, Grande has also received a National Youth Theatre Association Award and in 2016 was named one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time magazine.
Ariana Grande's wide pop catalog is most known for her hit singles "Break Free," "The Way," "Bang Bang," "Dangerous Woman," "No Tears Left To Cry" and "One Last Time." She also is credited as a featured artist on collaborations with John Legend ("Beauty and the Beast"), Nicki Minaj ("Bed"), Troye Sivan ("Dance to This") and Stevie Wonder ("Faith").
Grande's music videos have amassed more than ten billion views on YouTube.
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