Ariana Grande celebrates one year of ‘Thank U, Next’, says the album saved her life

By | February 9, 2020

Ariana Grande is celebrating one year of her five-time Grammy-nominated album, ‘Thank U, Next‘. To mark the day, the singer shared a post on Instagram and thanked the fans for celebrating her music and also revealed that the album quite literally saved her life.

Taking to Instagram, Ariana wrote, “happy birthday thank u next making this project with so many dear friends quite literally saved my life and gave me the courage to be vulnerable and be honest with people. thank u for making me feel heard, safe and incredibly human. it is nice (and so healing) to know that i don’t have to hide behind a weird, polished pop star facade and that i’m able to connect with so many people over my truths and pain. i know that should have clicked for me sooner but it didn’t and i want to thank u for showing me first hand that it is okay. all of it. i have been writing and creating a lot lately and it feels nice.”

She further wrote, “i am in no rush to pop anything out of the oven yet !! but i do look forward to this new chapter and sharing more stories/life with u. 🙂 sending a tremendous, warm hug.”

 

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happy birthday thank u next ???? making this project with so many dear friends quite literally saved my life and gave me the courage to be vulnerable and be honest with people. thank u for making me feel heard, safe and incredibly human. it is nice (and so healing) to know that i don’t have to hide behind a weird, polished pop star facade and that i’m able to connect with so many people over my truths and pain. i know that should have clicked for me sooner but it didn’t and i want to thank u for showing me first hand that it is okay. all of it. i have been writing and creating a lot lately and it feels nice. i am in no rush to pop anything out of the oven yet !! but i do look forward to this new chapter and sharing more stories / life with u. 🙂 sending a tremendous, warm hug.

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After her 2020 Grammy Awards performance, the 26-year-old singer declared that the ‘Thank U, Next’ era was over. While the fans eagerly wait for the next album announcement, the singer will be guest-starring in Showtime series Kidding that will air on February 23, 2020.

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