Ariana Grande is an American Singer, Songwriter, and actress born on 26 June 1993, In U.S.
She is the daughter of Edward Butera and Joan Grande. Her father is a graphic design firm owner in Boca Raton, Her mother was the CEO of ‘Horse-McCann Communications’.
She continued her primary education at ‘Pine Crest School’ and ‘North Broward Preparatory School’.
Ariana Grande’s big break came in 2009 when she had been chosen to play the role of Cat Valentine in the sitcom ‘Victorious’, which had been aired by ‘Nickelodeon’. In 2010, She had decided to take a break from her acting career and focused on her singing career. After a year her song “Give it Up” from the soundtrack of ‘Victorious’ had been released. Soon, Ariana Grande signed a deal with the record label and in late 2011 and her first single ‘Put your hearts up’ was released. Ariana Grande was chosen to play the character of Sam Puckett in the popular American sitcom ‘Sam & Cat’, which has been aired on Nickelodeon during 2013-14. However, the series wasn’t revived after the end of the first season, despite its popularity. In 2013, Ariana Grande EP ‘Christmas Kisses’ had released and around the same time her television film named ‘Swindle’ had been aired on ‘Nickelodeon’. In mid-2014, Her second album titled “My Everything” was released. In a resolution of just 1 week, a huge 169,000 copies of the album had been sold and the album got a top spot in the ‘Billboard 200’. In 2015, Ariana Grande had returned to acting through the comedy horror series ‘Scream Queens’, which had been displayed on the ‘Fox’ channel.
- Ariana Grande is close with her maternal grandmother.
- She co-founded the youth singing group, Kids Who Care when she was 10.
- It is thought that her name has been derived from the character Princess Oriana from the animated film ‘Felix The Cat’
Awards and Achievements:
- In 2014, She won the Young Influencer Award.
- The ‘Time’ magazine had involved her in their list of ‘100 Most Powerful People In The World’.
What can we learn from Her??
Like Ariana Grande, Always ready to learn from your mistakes, never hide your mistakes. Take perfection in your work.