Ariana Grande

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The "Bad Guy" singer took self-effacement to new highs on her historic night.
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The "thank u, next" singer is nominated for five awards at the show including Record of the Year and Album of the Year.
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The "7 Rings" singer and the K-pop band are set to perform separately at Sunday's Grammy Awards.
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The rapper's latest album, "Music To Be Murdered By," includes many mentions of terrorism and gun violence.
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"k bye for now" features songs from the tour and is a "thank u" to fans, Grande said.
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People had a lot to say about a now-deleted Pornhub clip featuring someone with tattoos resembling the rapper's.
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Neurologists explain why this popular hairstyle can make your head hurt.
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The "thank u, next" singer joined Drake, Ed Sheeran, Post Malone and Eminem as the decade's five most-streamed artists on Spotify.
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The "Saturday Night Live" star transformed into a nude Ken doll for Paper magazine's Break The Internet issue.
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The Vermont senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate attended the Atlanta stop of Grande's Sweetener World Tour.
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Lizzo stands as the year's most-nominated artist ahead of the ceremony, which will be hosted once again by Alicia Keys.
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The singer opened up about some health issues that might put an end to her "Sweetener" world tour.
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The singer takes dressing up to another dimension.
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The Twitter exchange also involved Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
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The "Wicked" star enlists Ariana Grande and Dolly Parton for her new album, which honors artists who have influenced her journey.
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The pop stars take wing in a sultry, sassy music video for the upcoming "Charlie's Angels" reboot.
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The singer's brother, Frankie Grande, clarified her relationship status after seemingly confirming she was dating Mikey Foster.
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Federal officials say the artist was sold fentanyl-laced pills shortly before his 2018 death.
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The singer is suing the retail chain for using imagery from her album and song “Thank U Next" in order to “create the false perception of her endorsement.”
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"Let me shine like damn," the singer wrote in her response.