Biography of Ariana GrandeAriana Grande is an American singer and actress with an unusual timbre of voice. In spite of the young age, she managed to win the hearts of thousands of teenage fans around the world. She began a professional career already in childhood on the channel Nickelodeon, and now records albums, plays in the movies, series, and theater. Net worth: $200 million.
Ariana Grande’s childhoodAriana Grande-Butera was born in a small town Boca Raton on the east coast of Florida on June 26, 1993. Her parents: Joan Grande and Edward Butera from an early age inculcated in children a love for art. Ariana’s elder brother, Frankie, became a successful actor and producer; now he is the agent of his younger sister.
Career startAccording to Zoomboola.com, in 2007, the girl flew to Los Angeles to meet with managers, stating that she wanted to record an R&B album. She was refused, and then Ariana returned to acting classes and in 2008 she successfully passed the casting for the part of Charlotte in Broadway musical called «13» by Jason Robert Brown. Critics highly appreciated Grande’s acting debut and awarded her the prize of the National Youth Theater Association. Participation in the performance did not allow Ariana to continue her education at North Brovard Preparatory school, so the young actress received educational materials at home and worked with tutors.
Ariana Grande’s personal lifeIn 2014, the girl was in a relationship with the American rapper Big Sean, but a year later the young people parted. In the summer of 2015, Ariana began an affair with the dancer Ricky Alvarez, but it was also short and lasted a year.
Ariana Grande nowIn 2019, Ariana Grande received her first Grammy statuette for the best vocal album, which became "Sweetener". In the same year, the singer performed at the Coachella festival, performing several compositions with Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber.
During the anti-racist Black Lives Matter rallies in America related to the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, Ariana Grande actively participated in protests, going out into the street with a banner.