On February 1st, Ariana Grande released the lyric video for her new single “Everyday” featuring Future. The song appears on her album Dangerous Woman, which was released last May. Grande dances alone in the clip in front of a row of spotlights. She joyfully sings along to the electropop track, and when Future’s verse arrives, she raps along with him.
Judging by “Side To Side”, “Into You” and “Focus” Ariana Grande goes all out with every music video she creates. And she held true to that with the her new Sweet Like Candy fragrance launch, for which she created a commercial. And lucky for us, she’s sharing an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of her video shoot in the clip above.
In the commercial, Grande acts as a baker, ice cream girl, and mail woman — all who are faced with the issue of an overflowing ice cream truck. In the BTS video, she explains the plot. Grande appears on set — a whirlwind of pink candy and ice-cream — saying, “So far I’ve been like a mail man/woman/person, an old glamorous movie type looking person, later I’m gonna be some kind of like exaggerated version of myself.”
The commercial’s director, Hannah Lux Davis, says, “I wanted to create a scenario where all the flavors come together in an unexpected way. An ice cream truck, a baker’s delivery van, and a candy cart, all colliding in the middle of an intersection, ultimately inspiring Ariana to create Sweet Like Candy.”
Ariana Grande Visits ‘American Horror Story’ Haunted House On ‘Ellen’
On Monday’s Ellen show, Ellen DeGeneres treated guest Ariana Grande and executive producer Andy Lassner to a wild Haunted House experience.
The two held onto each other the entire time at one point Lassner ran and left Grande by herself. During the whole experience, Grande and Lassner kept on cursing. At one point, Grande got on the floor holding herself. In the end, Lassner said he won’t be doing this next year and Grande noted “my heart is in there.”
Watch the spooky adventure below.
Ariana Grande Performs at 4th Annual “We Can Survive” Concert
Ariana Grande lights up the stage with a cool performance filled with smoke during CBS Radio’s 2016 We Can Survive Concert held at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday (October 22) in Hollywood. The 23-year-old songstress joined Charlie Puth, Meghan Trainor, Backstreet Boys and more on stage for the annual event.
The concert event was designed to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of that, for every ticket sold, $2 will benefit Young Survival Coalition, the premier organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer.
Check out the photos and videos below!
MEET & GREET
0:00 Into You
2:14 Side To Side
3:13 Be Alright
4:33 One Last Time
7:03 Dangerous Woman
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