hiii guys!! so i just added the firsts meet & greet of the “Sweetener World Tour“, soon i will added the photos of the show, enjoy!!!
Yesterday (06), Ariana attends Billboard’s 13th Annual Women In Music Event at Pier 36 in New York City. Check out!!
Hello everybody! I am the new owner of Ariana Grande Fans, i’m really excited!!! and i wanted to thank FFH for letting me adopt…I will update the gallery, stay tuned!!!!
FN: Ariana Grande is modeling a brand new silhouette for Reebok Classics’ fall ’18 campaign — the retro ’90s-inspired Rapide sneaker. The shoe style is available to pre-order now via the Boston-based label’s site and will launch on Aug 2.
The “God Is a Woman” singer — whose upcoming fourth studio album “Sweetener” drops Aug. 17 — appears in the advertisement photos wearing the Rapide in a gray, blue and red colorway. A royal blue Reebok Classics crewneck sweatshirt featuring white writing paired with a black and yellow plaid skirt and gray thigh-high socks complemented her kicks.
Ariana Grande was seen out and about in New York on July 18, 2018. In the gallery I’ve added 59 HQ images.
‘Reebok’ has launched a new #BeMoreHuman campaign, which encourages people to be the best possible version of themselves physically, mentally and socially, and celebrating women who are helping bring positive change to the world. Featured in the campaign are the brand’s ambassadors consisting of artists and athletes including, Ariana Grande, Gal Gadot, Danai Gurira, Gigi Hadid, Nathalie Emmanuel and Katrin Davidsdottir. Check out our gallery for new photoshoots and screencaps from promotional video for ‘Reebok’!
Update: All images were re-load in UHQ!
Today Ariana Grande released the second single off of her album ‘Sweetener’, titled ‘God Is A Woman’.
Ariana Grande appeared on the cover of «Elle» magazine August Issue. In our gallery was added cover for this mag and photoshoot, photographed by Alexi Lubomirski. Also you can read interesting interview with Ariana. Enjoy!
Ariana Grande Is Here to Save Us
To her millions of fans, Grande is a guiding light of unabashed femininity—and feminism.
Ariana Grande is a star. A really big star. For millions of Arianators, as her fans are known, she’s a radiant, life-giving force they wake up with in the morning and go to bed with at night. They’ve followed the phases of her career as she’s risen from Broadway (the musical 13) to TV (Nickelodeon’s Victorious and Sam & Cat) to the apex of pop stardom and commercial success (eight multiplatinum singles, 9 billion music video streams on YouTube). They’ve contributed to the $100 million-plus that her tours have made, casting the likes of Drake and Sting in Ariana’s petite but long, five-foot shadow. They are among Ariana’s 121 million Instagram followers, making her the third-most-followed person, above both Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé. And when her latest album, Sweetener, drops August 17, Arianators will have helped its lead single, “No Tears Left to Cry,” break records set by none other than Ariana herself.